Caroline McGregor and Samantha Stephenson, collectively known as White Field, are deeply concerned with both the physical and subjective experience of sculpture. As a collaborative duo they explore the idea that spaces and journeys can provoke introspection and a sense of spiritual depth and meaning. Drawing particular attention to notions of contemplation through sensitive use of nature and geometry, they endeavour to create ephemeral, site-specific installations that engage specifically with materials and colours of the places they work in.
Santa Maria a Rignana 2017
In 2017 White Field undertook a two month residency at Santa Maria a Rignana in Tuscany where they created interventions in the landscape using found material and local flora.
Muswellbrook Regional Gallery Art Residency 2018
White Field was granted the 2017 Artist Residency in Muswellbrook where they further explored their ideas on space and place. Responding intuitively to their environment and available materials they created site specific installations that engaged with the local architecture and landscape.
Bathurst Regional Gallery Hill End Residency 2018
Drawing particular attention to notions of contemplation through sensitive use of nature and geometry, White Field created ephemeral site-specific installations that engaged specifically with the materials and colours of the region for the month that they spent at Haefligers Cottage in Hill End.