has used the opportunity to develop a series of light sculptures,
a number of which have focused on - and derived their power
from - an electricity pylon on a hill between Bristol and
exhibits have featured neon brains, a running figure made
of striplights, and a pine tree created from fluorescent tubes.
latest exhibition sees thousands of glass striplights 'planted'
into the ground near the pylon.
tubes are powered by residual emmisions from the pylon, causing
them to flicker and light up randomly as darkness falls.
for visitors to the otherwise anonymous field near the A46,
the light sculpture is a thoroughly 'interactive' experience.
affect the lights by your proximity to them," explained
Richard "Because you are a much better conductor than
a glass tube.
there's sound as well as light - a crackling that corresponds
to the flashing of the lights. There's a certain smell too,
and your hair stands slightly on end."
you fancy spending an illuminating evening at the Field exhibition,
you will find it at the side of the A46, between Bristol and
the car park 400 yards south of the M4, it is a 10-minute
walk west and south along the Cotswold Way.
organisers recommend visitors arrive at the site before sunset
- and bring strong footwear, outdoor clothing and a torch
to help you find the way back to the road.
there is one other thing you may need - patience. The display
from the light tubes will vary according to the weather conditions,
so be prepared for a bit of a wait.
runs daily from 5pm to 8pm, until Saturday, March 6.