Half Moon Farm (2018; installation)

Created as part of the August 2018 Nana Visits sculpture programme, this installation interrogates notions of ‘naturalness’ in relation to the modern food chain. The bright semi-circles evoke the cheerful, ‘wholesome’ packaging of premium organic and health foodstuffs while the dense placement of the miniature animals, artificiality of the installtion’s carpet backdrop and sense of restriction or ‘bracketing’ gesture at the ‘cooked’ nature (Levi-Strauss) of our supposedly ‘raw’ premium food chain.