Photofields are photographic arrays made from images taken by Michael W. Barnard in the course of his travels. Each Photofield can take years to find its final form. These arrays are printed on archival papers using archival, permanent pigment inkjet technology and then mounted on Dibond (a relatively lightweight but highly stable aluminum/PVC honeycomb sandwich). The finished sizes sizes range from 12″ x 24″ up to 44″ x 128″, and larger if needed. A complete library of Photofields, along with descriptions of some of the installations, can be found on the Photofield website.