Artists to create works live from Constable's Romantic landscapes in Field Broadcast

By Culture24 Reporter | 08 July 2014

Seven days of live broadcasts from Constable country, made by eight artists and available via an app from Field Broadcast, begin tomorrow

Click on the gallery to see works by some of the artists taking part

A series of live, one-off events led by eight artists on an app downloadable from the opening date, Field Broadcast is a live digital platform broadcast inspired by Constable’s signature landscapes of rolling farmland.

These new works emanate from Dedham Vale, where each of the artists – including Paul Becker, who recently created a theatre inside Cardiff’s Chapter, and Adam Chodzko, known for his elegiac, documentary-style timelapse films – have contributed to a topological exploration of the places Constable captured, including The Hay Wain and the heritage setting of Flatford Mill.


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Pics: Rory Macbeth; Rob Smith; Ben Judd; Seth Barnard Chodzko; Paul Becker / Francesco Pedraglio

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