Both as a visual and performance artist, Zaachariaha Fielding aims to be bold. He regards painting as an emotional experience, one that can capture sensations of pleasure while also requiring the courage to treat painful episodes with a therapeutically playful approach.

Fielding, a Yankunytjatjara artist, refers to this suite of sixteen works on cardboard as gremlins. Each is a download of emotion, an outpouring. They represent the battling voices, internal and external, of flattery and insult, pleasure and pain. Importantly, he embraces them as an opportunity to learn and develop, by understanding how to navigate these opposites, the universal pushes and pulls of life.