'This all began with her. When I told her about the field she just laughed so I never mentioned it again. I remember picking up the telephone and hesitating, and Trish encouraging me. She said, "It's something you always wanted ..."' Gary O'Connor, The Field, 2008.
The vast, flat and featureless Fens landscape is the backdrop to Gary O'Connor's first novella, The Field, a disquieting story of a man whose decision to take singing lessons brings him to question his perception of reality.
O'Connor's installation at Transition accompanies the novella, extending the text with visual and auditory elements.
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