A photograph of a lake, taken just before night, the last whisps of sunlight that are reflecting from the clouds can be seen in the lake's surface, trees surround the lake, but are indistinguishable, as they are in darkness.

A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A FIELD BY SAM FRANCIS | FIELD POST #3

The third post by Sam Francis, as part of her year long Arnolfini residency, looking back at Lizzie Cox’s 1981 piece, Somerset – A Year in the Life of a Field.

Marking the autumn equinox by connecting a swim in a Bristol river to a vigil in a Somerset field, both activities undertaken at dusk.

Read the third post on Sam’s blog, here: A Year in the Life of a Field – www.samfrancisco.co.uk

 

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