'super kingdom' by london fieldworks (update)
'super kingdom' by london fieldworks (update) 'super kingdom' by london fieldworks (update)
sep 25, 2008

'super kingdom' by london fieldworks (update)

© london fieldworks, courtesy stour valley arts

we previewed the ‘super kingdom’ exhibition in august. we have now received images from the show and thought we would share them to give you a better idea of the works on show.

‘super kingdom’ by london fieldworks is based on research of animal hibernation patterns in england’s king’s wood forest. the artists are presenting a series of site specific show homes in the forest and like we previously mentioned, the homes will be the subject of a future film project. the exhibit opened on september 21 at stour valley arts in kent.

http://www.londonfieldworks.com http://www.stourvalleyarts.org.uk

more ‘super kingdom’ by london fieldworks

© london fieldworks, courtesy stour valley arts

© london fieldworks, courtesy stour valley arts

© london fieldworks, courtesy stour valley arts

© london fieldworks, courtesy stour valley arts

© london fieldworks, courtesy stour valley arts

  • This is pretty great. Ascetic. How were the installations attached to the trees?

    Jellie says:
  • What exactly are we looking at? Looks like a bunch of shoe boxes glued to a tree. I am confused.

    Jym says:
  • Those homes is for animals or insects or birds or tiny people or wha?

    Jack greene says:
  • I wish I was really small and could live there, then I could live in amonsgt the trees and
    nobody would hurt me.

    Lionel Previn says:

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