Field Art Projects was set up in 1997 by Theresa Bergne an independent curator, producer and art consultant based in the southwest of England.
We focus on commissioning artists to make work in the public realm responding to a wide range of sites and contexts to deliver works that inspire, challenge and entertain.
Field Art Projects use effective consultation in order to gain a clear understanding of the aspirations and ambitions of a given situation, and translate that into a strong curatorial vision which adds value and gives depth to the strategies we write and works we commission.
We have experience building and brokering relationships between different stakeholders within often very complex projects in both the public and private sector.
Field Art Projects have extensive experience of managing capital programmes having delivered the public art programme for the Canary Wharf Group over a twelve year period; and co-curated and produced Wonders of Weston for North Somerset Council and funded by CABE (Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment).
We work to very high standards and our reputation is based on delivering projects which have become benchmarks of their time such as the award winning public art programme for Barts Breast Care Centre now heralded as an exemplar project for commissioning art in hospitals, and more recently the groundbreaking public programme Future Perfect, which tests the implications of the localism agenda on commissioning public art.
A small flexible organisation, Field Art Projects is well-placed with a strong network of colleagues and associates whom we can draw on to build a larger team as and when a project requires.