Anne Hardy is an internationally recognised British artist known for her photography and large-scale sculptural installations called FIELDWORKS which combine physical materials with light and sound to create immersive and sensual environments. Anne’s photographs feature empty rooms invoking a surreal fiction.
She builds each of her sets entirely from scratch, feeling each piece of material used as part of her process. For her photographs and installation work, Anne often uses materials discarded by others or items she finds in DIY shops and markets.
Cables, Christmas lights, bottles, balloons, and glassware are all materials you will see in her work. She isn’t interested in things that have value, but how they come together. For her sculptural installation work, Anne constructs environments you can enter into, creating ‘kind of an envelope that you can be inside.’