LFW are contributing to the BACK TO EARTH exhibition at the Serpentine North Gallery, 22 June–18 September 2022.
"To the Edge of Time"


A Group exhibition at KU Leuven–To the Edge of Time as part of BANG!
Exhibition info: https://www.bangfestivalleuven.be/program/to-the-edge-of-time  Featuring works by Haseeb Ahmed, Phoebe Boswell, Constantin Brâncuși, Rohini Devasher, Maurits Cornelis Escher, Andy Holden, Gavin Jantjes, Jackie Karuti, Melanie King, John Latham, Liliane Lijn, London Fieldworks, René Magritte, Kazimir Malevich, Cornelia Parker, Katie Paterson, Dawit L. Petros, Sarah Pickering, Leo Robinson, Semiconductor, Conrad Shawcross, Clare Strand, Thomson & Craighead, Stephan Tillmans, Suzanne Treister, Troika, Georges Vantongerloo, Jeronimo Voss, Mark Wallinger, Charmaine Watkiss, Grace Weir en Ni Youyu.



Opening today you can see the short film “REMEMBER NATURE A WORLDWIDE CALL TO ACTION” by Gustav Metzger and London Fieldworks (2015) installed in the inaugural exhibition of Gustav Metzger at Hauser & Wirth Somerset @hauserwirthsomerset open to the public 26th June - 12th September 2021.
Animals of Manchester (including HUMANZ)


Animals of Manchester (including HUMANZ) is an interactive Live Art experience created by Sibylle Peters (Theatre of Research) and LADA for the Manchester International Festival 2019 which poses questions about the relationship between humans and other animals.

Participating Artists: Joshua Sofaer / Theatre of Research & Ansuman Biswas / Andy Field / Random People / Angela Bartram and Krõõt Juurak / Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson (London Fieldworks) /  Marcus Coates / Tim Spooner / Rebecca Chesney and Barbara Roberts / Benji Reid / Martin O’Brien / Katharina Duve

Link to project>>


Lund Humphries publication by Jo Joelson


Library of Light Encounters with Artists and Designers

Bringing together artists, architects and designers who work with light in the context of fine art, music, theatre, performance, film, photography, holography, digital media and the built environment, Library of Light explores the cultural history of light as an artistic medium. The book includes interviews and contributions by: David Batchelor, Rana Begum, Robin Bell, Jason Bruges (Jason Bruges Studio), Anne Bean and Richard Wilson (The Bow Gamelan), Laura Buckley, Mário Caeiro, Paule Constable, Ernest Edmonds, Angus Farquhar (NVA), Rick Fisher, Susan Gamble and Michael Wenyon, Jon Hendricks, ISO Studio, Susan Hiller, Michael Hulls and Russell Maliphant, Cliff Lauson, Chris Levine, Michael Light, Joshua Lightshow, Liliane Lijn, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Manu Luksch, Mark Major (Speirs + Major), Helen Marriage (Artichoke), Anthony McCall, Gustav Metzger, Haroon Mirza, Yoko Ono, Katie Paterson, Andrew Pepper, Mark Titchner and Andi Watson. More information >>

Group Exhibition, Coimbra, Portugal


"Victory Over The Sun: From black square to loophole".

Colégio Das Artes, Coimbra, Portugal. Until 15 Feb 2019.

PhD Research Award


Bruce Gilchrist has been awarded a PhD Research Studentship in the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, School of Arts and Design, Sunderland University, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) & National Productivity Investement Fund (NPIF) award. The Research Studentship is in association with the Open Data Institute (ODI): Data as Culture (DaC), London & D6: Culture in Transit, Newcastle. The three year practice-based research project will investigate the poetics of artificial intelligence in art practice, focussing on human-action-recognition algorithms. Web site >>

Photo by Inga Tillere (2018).

New project in development


Documentation of an Automatic Cinema workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Digital Storymaking at LSBU. The R&D phase of this project is supported by Arts Council England, with additional support from The Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Link to project >>
Flat Earth Film Festival, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland


We will be presenting our short film, 'The Darkest Day' on Sunday February 11th. 
Featuring Jökull Snær Þórðarson. Music by Mark Zero. Additional sound composition by Dugal McKinnon. https://www.flatearthcinema.club/about




London Fieldworks' Outlandia and Spontaneous City projects are both featured in Nanotecture, published by Phaidon. Reprinted 2017. First published 2016. More information >>


The Parallel Development project


Installing elements of a new work as part of the 'Parallel Development' project– a commission by FUTURE CITY. 

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Assembly Lines


Installing 'Sentinel' as part of the new artwork, 'Assembly Lines' inspired by Ed Ruscha and the rapidly changing east London urban landscape. One element in a ten part installation commissioned by East Thames. More information >>



Infinite Multiple


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London Fieldworks will be screening "Hibernator: Prince of the Petrified Forest" in Horace Walpole’s Gothic Mansion, Strawberry Hill, London on Saturday as part of an interdisciplinary symposium exploring representations of forests and their more sinister inhabitants within the context of popular culture. Link to Project >>
Group Exhibition: Rrevolution


Colégio das Artes, Coimbra, Portugal, 24.06.17-31.10.17.
Outlandia AIR 2017


Latvian lens-based artist, Lāsma Poiša, is the inaugural Outlandia AIR (artist in residence) for 2017. Image by Lāsma Poiša. 

Read her blog post >>

Telephone Without A Wire catalogue


Telephone Without A Wire catalogue published by Colegio das Artes da Universidade de Coimbra from the exhibition of the same name, shown in the Colegio das Artes, 2016. Link to Project  >>
Outlandia call for proposals


Call for Proposals, 8 x Artist Residencies at Outlandia, Glen Nevis. More >>


The Smell of Ink


New video work by London Fieldworks will be shown as part of Hansjörg Mayer's exhibition The Smell of Ink in the Poetic Expansions series at ZKM, Karlsruhe. The video is also a DVD being published in The Smell of Ink and Soil - the Story of Edition Hansjörg Mayer by Bronac Ferran, out 31st March (Buchhandlung Walther König). Video still by London Fieldworks (2017).

Link to ZKM video extract >>

East Iceland Residency


London Fieldworks have returned to Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland for December as part of the Skaftfell Center of Visual Arts residency program. 
SCAN/ Mapping the Visual Arts in Scotland: Outlandia


SCAN, a map of contemporary art practice in Scotland goes live. Creative Scotland have today published their full Visual Arts Sector Review. You can read the full document and appendixes on Creative Scotland’s website>>


ARTECAPITAL PART 2–Telephone Without A Wire


Artecapital have published the second of two texts written by each of the LFW members, relating to their work process and the creation of the Telephone Without A Wire, an exhibition at Colègio das Artes, Coimbra, Portugal June-September 2016. Please note there are some Portugeuse to English translation anomalies in this text (for 'arctic swallow' please read 'arctic tern'). Video still by London Fieldworks. Link to Part 2 >>
Hoxton Street Public Space shortlisted


PEER's Hoxton Street Public Space, which includes LFWs' Spontaneous City Hoxton has been shortlisted in the category "Designing for Community Space" by the Society of Garden Designers (SGD). Link to the project >>
ARTECAPITAL PART 1–Telephone Without A Wire


"Telephone Without A Wire", an audiovisual installation at Colègio das Artes, Coimbra, Portugal until 21 September 2016. On the occasion of the exhibition, Artecapital will publish in two parts, two texts written by each of the LFW members, relating to their work process and the creation of the installation context. Photography by Victor Garcia. Link to Part One >>


SKUGGAVERK-Short Films About Light and Dark


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East Iceland Residency


London Fieldworks will be in residence in Seyðisfjörður, East Iceland during August as part of the Skaftfell Center of Visual Arts residency program. We will return to Seyðisfjörður in December to complete the second month of the residency. Skaftfell web site >>
End of the Road screening


London Fieldworks' short film, 'End of the Road' will be screening as part of the Force8 pilot project in Bridport, Dorset. Link to film extract >>
Telephone Without A Wire


A new audio-video installation at Galeria do Colégio das Artes, Coimbra, Portugal.
June 3 - September 21, 2016. More >>

Outlandia AIR


Holly Muir is the latest artist in residence with the Outlandia project in Glen Nevis, April 2016. More >>
Spontaneous City: Hoxton


Spontaneous City: Hoxton, a new work installed at PEER gallery, London. PEER gallery reopens to the public with an exhibition by Angela de la Cruz, and two outdoor commissions by London Fieldworks and Chris Ofili. More >>
Constructing Frameworks: On Mind, Matter, and Machines


Architectural Association lecture presenting Stelarc, Gustav Metzger, Lucy McRae, Oron Catts, Tony Prescott, Andrew Pickering, Bruce Gilchrist & Jo Joelson (London Fieldworks). We live in an age where science fiction has become fact. Our everyday is as radical as ever with change, latency and uncertainty being the new norm. The once comfortable and understood historical models of the past have proven limited in their capacity to engage and address the complexities of the contemporary condition. As we live in ever evolving information-rich environments, the question is how architecture and design in an expanded field of understanding can actively participate. From biotech, artificial intelligence, machine learning, autonomous infrastructures, material agency the symposium brings together leading figures from the arts / sciences / philosophy / cybernetics / design and architecture to engage in a playpen of conversation. The discussions moderated by AADRL Director Theodore Spyropoulos will examine the Future of Future in an ever present today.
Interalia Magazine: 'In Surgical Sleep' by Louise K Wilson


Seminal work by Bruce Gilchrist cited in Louise K. Wilson's article for Interalia Magazine. Image: Divided By Resistance by Bruce Gilchrist & Jonny Bradley, ICA London 1996. Photo by Bonnie Venture. Link to article >>


point d'ironie no.58


point d'ironie no.58, published by agnès b, with a concept developed in collaboration with artists Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson (London Fieldworks) and Gustav Metzger. "It all started with a handwritten note, an aide-memoire taken from Gustav's notebook and transformed into a call to action and a global campaign". The point d’Ironie originated following a discussion between agnès b., Christian Boltanksi and Hans Ulrich Obrist in 1997. Six to eight issues are published every year, each one designed by an artist who makes it his own. Given free of charge, the Point d’Ironie is distributed in a scattered way - 100,000 copies are spread around the world, available in museums, galleries, book shops, schools, and cinemas. More >>
Gallery exhibition: Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia


The Null Object: Gustav Metzger thinks about nothing project is represented as part of Are We Sufficiently Bored? at Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia, USA. The work will be installed from October 7 - January 22, 2016. Photography by Jonny Barraclough. Link to project >>
Frontiers in Retreat: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Ecology in Contemporary Art, Utö


London Fieldworks have been invited as guest artists to participate in 'Frontiers in Retreat: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Ecology in Contemporary Art'; an incubator entitled 'ADAPTATIONS UTÖ' , held on the island of Utö, Turku Archipelago, Finland, September 2015. Produced by HIAP ( Helsinki International Artist Programme). Image: video still by London Fieldworks. More >>
Remote Centres: Performances from Outlandia


Edinburgh Arts Festival (EAF 2015), Edinburgh College of Art: Tent Gallery. An architectural re-configuring of the Outlandia field-station, Remote Centres: Performances from Outlandia sees performance and sound works originally created at Outlandia by 20 artists, poets, writers, musicians and members of the Nevis community, contained within a sculptural environment inside the Tent Gallery. Supported by Nevis Landscape Partnership and Edinburgh College of Art The performances and sound works were originally commissioned for Remote Performances, a series of radio broadcasts from Outlandia, co-produced by London Fieldworks and Resonance 104.4fm, with support from Arts Council England, the Nevis Landscape Partnership, Oxford Brookes University and Forestry Commission Scotland.