Crow’s Field is the name Kaur and her childhood friends gave an unclaimed strip of farmland where she grew up in rural New England. Between the forest and the road, this acreage became a magical no-man’s-land where fantasy and reality blurred. Since it now exists only in memory, Crow’s Field is impossible to document, yet Kaur accesses it by subverting the traditional photographic genres of still life, landscape, and portraiture. Through the process Crow’s Field serves as a metaphor for creating a new type of photograph, one that partially embodies both the real and the surreal.
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