Field of Dreams by Claire Luxton

From Monday 29th April 2024 Battersea Power Station will be home to, ‘Field of Dreams,’ an immersive botanical inspired art installation by British contemporary artist, Claire Luxton, in partnership MTArt Agency. Featuring swathes of translucent green fabric and suspended from the ceiling of the Power Station’s Art Deco Turbine Hall A, the breathtaking artwork will mesmerise visitors and offer them a moment of peace and recalibration.

As part of a cultural experience celebrating the Spring/Summer fashion season, ‘Field of Dreams’ emerges as an exploration of the intrinsic connection between nature, mental health, and self-awareness. It encapsulates these themes within its towering 12-meter structure and 33 layers of digitally printed fabric, which seem to both reveal and hide layers of the artwork as it is explored.

Visitors’ senses will be enhanced further by Penhaligon’s ‘Halfeti’ fragrance, which will scent the installation with a rich and captivating aroma that blends fruits, spices, jasmine and rose, all while organic soundscapes echo across Battersea Power Station’s turbine halls.

In Turbine Hall B a digital artwork by Claire Luxton will be displayed on the bandstand, which hangs from the ceiling. Visitors are able to complete their immersive journey at Searcys Champagne Bar, located in Turbine Hall A, with a limited-edition Field of Dreams inspired cocktail created with Claire Luxton.

Botanical Atelier Pop-Up

Dressed with foliage and plants, scented with Penhaligon’s ‘Halfeti’ fragrance and accompanied by organic soundscapes, The Botanical Atelier will transport visitors into a world where art and nature intertwine seamlessly. The pop-up will form a temporary extension to the Field of Dreams artwork, where shoppers will be able to personalise new purchases with bespoke embroidered designs across selected dates.

Choose from with one of six bespoke, nature-inspired motifs designed by Claire Luxton, and embroiderers, Rosie Brain (4th May – 6th May) and The Lost Girls (evening of 9th May and 10th – 12th May), free-of-charge.

Opening times

• Rosie Brain: Saturday 4th and Monday 6th May (10am – 8pm) and Sunday 5th May (12pm – 6pm)

• The Lost Girls: Thursday 9th May (5pm – 8pm), Friday 10th and Saturday 11th May (10am – 8pm) and Sunday 12th May (12pm – 6pm)


Monday 29 April - Sunday 16 June

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