Lost and Found in E17 adopted a special sort of vision with which to enter the hallowed or halgian halls of the Victoria and Albert Museum, and it's resident National Art Library. The purpose of this mission was to view Field Study International's emanation at the entrance of the eminent library, and secure relevant reverent information and experience to disseminate in the field. True to form (and material) this field student was temporarily lost, but then found by the helpfulness of the staff at the information desk who equipped him with sparkling clear directions and a map, for which he willingly offered and made a donation. Such was the extent of the immersion however the field student's vision appeared (to him) to break down into bewildering grids of coloured squares and he feared he might not do honour to his guides. After intoning 'Fluxus is life' 23 times the field students' powers of interpretation were revived and so the squares made sense. He was even confident he would reclaim a long lost address book.
Alas that book was nowhere to be found but in further and more far flung mythical fields. However Lost and Found in E17 is happy to present the National Art Library catalogue numbers for the many Field Study emanations on display - a collective spirit born of the industrial arts of peace.