Japanese architectural historian and critic Taro Igarashi speaks of wilderness, where specific functions are wanting, or is to be developed. It is a place of possibilities and imaginations. In the Fieldseries, objects and structures found and installed in different public spaces such as street lights, playground slides, park chairs and pavilions represent the places they belong to. Specifically, they represent the functionality of the various spaces, and guides the human bodies wandering within and through. Via these functional structures (objects), the private nature of the bodily in the public sphere is explored; the seemingly haunting scenes, therefore, is charged with the relationship between the human bodies and the places.