Harriet and Rob Fraser of somewhere-nowhere are based in Cumbria. Their work uses the power of curiosity, pause and collaborative research to engage with the elements that give a sense of place and allow stories to reveal themselves. Long walks are an integral part of their practice, which is rooted in experiential encounters with land and research focused on sensitive environments and cultures. Their artwork includes photography, poetry, film and land art, with temporary and permanent interventions in public places. The Frasers work alongside scientists, farmers, analysts and public organisations concerned with landscape care and rural policies. They have exhibited widely across the UK, worked with universities in the UK and America, and create bespoke installations for festivals and symposia. Projects include The Long View, Sense of Here, Land Keepers and Archive of Lost Woods.