Field Broadcast is the title of a project developed by artists Rob Smith and Rebecca Birch. I have taken part in two Field Broadcast projects, one was part of a show at Wysing Arts Centre in Cambridgeshire in 2010 and more recently a project called Field Broadcast: West that was funded by the University of Bournemouth.

Field Broadcast is a project that allows artists to present performances live from disparate field locations via a computer program to audience computers. It requires audience members to download the field broadcast pinger that then opens a window for viewing the performance whenever a live performance takes place. http://www.fieldbroadcast.org/

In 2010 for Wysing I presented a performance called Reading Poetry to Rocks live from the coast in North Wales. I read Authors Foreward by Dylan Thomas and Crow And the Birds by Ted Hughes to a rocky outcrop on the Llyn Peninsula. This work was part of my larger series of works called Actions For And Against Nature that have also been presented as part of a group show at the Centre For Contemporary Art and the Natural World in Haldon Forest near Exeter.

In 2011 I presented a performance called Camp from the headland at Start Point. The performance was presented through a square of mirror placed on the cliff top where viewers were invited to join me in setting up camp at the end of a days walk, before disappearing into my tent for the night.

Reading Poetry To Rocks Llyn Peninsula, 2010

Reading Poetry. Llyn Peninsula, 2010

Reading Poetry To Rocks Technical Set-up. 2010

Reading Poetry To Rocks Technical Assistant. 2010

Reading Poetry To Rocks.  Technical still. 2010.

Three Nights in Devon First Night, 2011

Three Nights in Devon. First night, 2011

Three Nights in Devon.  Mirror, 2011.

Three Nights in Devon.  Second Night, 2011

Three Nights in Devon. Set-up for broadcast, 2011

Three Nights in Devon.  Third Night, 2011

Three Nights in Devon Sunset, facing west, 2011