Anne Hardy, Field, Modern Art Oxford

Field at Modern Art Oxford is an exhibition of major new work by acclaimed British artist Anne Hardy (b. 1970). Hardy makes environments which incorporate sculptural installation, photography and audio. The show transforms the entire gallery into a series of landscapes or ‘Fields’, immersive spaces that Hardy constructs using wood, concrete, carpet and an array of other found materials. She also uses photography, text, light, colour and carefully composed audio landscapes. Her work includes objects salvaged from the streets, and references the fictional worlds of authors such as JG Ballard, Tom McCarthy and Haruki Murakami.

From 7 November 2015 – 10 January 2016