The Unifiedfield / el campo unificado is an independent art space and nomadic artist-run organization focusing on the experimental aspects of sound, video and performance art. We observe the world as a network of interdependent connections and we understand artistic practice as a vehicle that can transform life, our relation with ourselves, society, and the natural world.

The Unifiedfield previously occupied a traditional complex amongst rice fields in Yogyakarta (Indonesia), subsequently moving into a cave in Granada (Spain) before settling in an antique building nestled in Granada’s historic Moorish quarters, the Albayzín, where it ran an artist residency for three years. In 2013, The Unifiedfield initiated its Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines and is currently working in collaboration with the Balud Art Network. Access to The Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines is open to all artists, filmmakers, musicians, writers and curators without restriction, but priority is given to artists working on environmental and relational, site-specific projects on the experimental and interdisciplinary fringes.

Since its inception in 2009, some of the primary interests of The Unifiedfield have been the production and diffusion of new interdisciplinary and non-commercial forms of art, together with the creation of artistic exchanges between Asia and Europe. In this time, it has organized monthly events, video art screenings and experimental music concerts at both its Yogyakarta and Granada spaces; initiated three Artist-In-Residence programmes; produced site-specific works and held clandestine interventions in public places; conducted workshops on performance and sound art; curated and exhibited at art institutions such as Nikolaj Kunsthallen (Copenhagen), the Museum Of Contemporary Art (Taipei), The Substation (Singapore), and the Singapore Art Museum; presented experimental music from Singapore at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao as part of a fringe festival; and produced The Future Sounds Of Folk, a project that attempts to use diverse musical traditions of Indonesia as a starting point for the development of new amalgams of experimental music, in partnership with Amsterdam-based institution STEIM.

In 2017, The Unifiedfield / el campo unificado launched its third residency program in Castellar de la Frontera, Cádiz (Spain). From the 16th October until the 18th November, four international artists coincided in a beautiful Andalusian home at a medieval fortress in the heart of Los Alcornocales Natural Park. For this program, artists are invited to work out of their comfort zone to experiment with collaborative processes and ephemeral interventions in the village and the natural surroundings. In this new stage we hope to establish alliances and partnerships with like-minded people and organizations working towards the experimentation in the arts and the cultural and eco-social transformation.

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The Unifiedfield / el campo unificado, founded by Marta Moreno Muñoz and Tara Transitory.


Marta Moreno Muñoz (Spain, 1978) is a performance and video artist with a background in experimental theatre and other time-based arts. Graduating in 2002 with a M.A in Fine Arts, her work has focused predominantly on “feminine” subjectivity, dissolution of the ego and the notion of pre-oedipal nostalgia in response to a patriarchal and undesirable reality. She is at present in a transitional stage, shifting towards the conceptualization of larger-scale projects exploring the complex interchange between performance art and the cinematic language.

Currently nomadic, she is working on personal art projects, researching for her PhD thesis “Art as an Experience of Dissolution of the Self” and directing The Unifiedfield; Marta Moreno has lived, produced and engaged in artistic works in Spain, UK, Turkey, India, The Netherlands, Indonesia, Singapore, The Philippines and exhibited internationally.


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Tara Transitory aka One Man Nation is an experimental musician with a background in media and sound art. In 2009 she co-founded The Unifiedfield together with Marta Moreno Muñoz, which they co-directed till 2013. She is trans, nomadic and is currently sending out smoke signals from the International //gender|o|noise\\ Underground exploring the themes of gender, noise and catharsis through performances, talks and the collective experience of creating ephemeral happenings with trans*queer communities everywhere. Originally from Singapore, she splits his time between Asia|Spain where she is developing The International //gender|o|noise\\ Underground and runs the Translæctica nights.

Tara performs solo as One Man Nation, with Truna as { 23 Shadows of Amnesia } and with Pierre Bastien as Mecanation. She has collaborated extensively and her past collaborations include Vincent Moon, C-drik Fermont, Kato Hideki, Hilary Jeffrey, Richard Scott, Alfredo Genovesi and Soopa Collective; has performed internationally at the Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao), Museum of Contemporary Art (Taipei), ISEA (Ruhr), Mapping (Geneva), Piksel (Bergen), MEM (Bilbao), STEIM Jamboree (Amsterdam), Makeart (Poitiers), Fete 0.1 (Orléans), SummerLAB (Gijon), Steirischer Herbst (Graz) and Sonic Protest (Paris) amongst others.

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