In/Visible Fields II
In/Visible Fields II is a series of 5 films, a Day Dream Dictionary and one sound work carrying local participants voices; exploring our complex relationship with day dreaming, and how imagination and ‘a loosening of time’ across our personal lives is vital for our collective well-being. Incorporating notions of joy and play, walks and journeying, ecology, thresholds and gentrification, with the desire for change, In/Visible Fields troubles and counteracts the difficult political and socially critical environment we all live in.
In/Visible Fields II will be shown across 3 locations between Vestry House, Attlee Terrace and in The Sunken Garden, which will also serve as a social hub for the night in the context of TriO, a new community-based cultural space designed and built by Mark and Dan Risner with Matthew Lloyd Architects and Sahra Hersi, and commissioned through Waltham Forest’s Making Places programme on Attlee Terrace social housing estate. TriO works to break down notions of physical barriers and cultural thresholds by creating a space to be equally experienced by those who live on the estates, by artists sharing new work, by the local Waltham Forest communities and the wider public.
Presented by the drawing shed in collaboration with Insight Lighting
Supported by Art Night, Arts Council England, Trust for London and University of East London.
With thanks to in-kind venue support by Vestry House Museum.
Image credit: the drawing shed, TriO, 2018