Drawing herself without a mirror, a camera or any other equipment, the artist makes a play of perspectives open to her own view only, wherein the author’s personality stays “off screen”, invisible for viewers. “Field” is a variability, multiplicity. The field looks like a black hole, endless, ever expanding, but with boundaries (which only itself is aware of).
You can find a field anywhere. It is a basic concept. In the art world, we deal with models of a field – canvas or plane in a broad sense, with a screen which is a plane, too, but endued with time, with space (in music, sculpture, architecture), with text field. All these models refer us to the original which they are in a sense.
Roaming a field, we may run into a hole, then a hill, we may see a buttercup, then a rib grass. Virtually, they are all the same and they belong to the same field.