FIELD STATION is a mobile environment, morphing as it travels to present ongoing investigations. The architectural form is based on mineral exploration camps where I worked in the arctic, on laboratories at NASA Ames, and on the make shift studios I construct in remote environments. These fragile equipment 'isopods' survived Gulf War adventures to be re-purposed as modular architecture - each case destined to contain an artwork - made in response to the dawning anthropocene and climate change, to mass extinctions and mass migrations, to the idea of humans evolving in conjunction with increasingly intelligent technology, and to leaving Earth. Conceptually, what do we take with us and what do we leave behind? Art? MassMoCA is hosting the first iteration of 'Field Station' as part of "Explode Every Day: an Inquiry into the Phenomena of Wonder." Curated by Denise Markonish, twenty three artists, Please visit and Thanks for looking.