Elliw Higham

Feast is a project based on relationships between families and mealtime. The fast pace of change has touched every aspect of human life, not least the idea of ‘mealtime’, once the centre of family life. Family dinner is physical, intimate and routine and the project aims to celebrate all that can be gained from this age-old way of eating but is perhaps in danger of being diminished by today’s distractions. We have endless choice, individual taste reigns supreme in this once collective activity. The use of fast food signifies the lack of connection despite being physically together in the same space. Where sharing food once brought family and friends together it is shown here in its processed, individualised, packaged state where one reaches over another without any sense of human connection or valuable interaction. 

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Graduates 2022

Alice ConnollyProject type

Callum LewisProject type

Chloe NashProject type

Claire SmithProject type

Daniel WitchellProject type

Dylan SaundersProject type

Elliw HighamProject type

Gergana AleksievaProject type

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Grant JonesProject type

Gwen PrattProject type

Hettie MarsdenProject type

Jasmine PriceProject type

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Juliette ColvinProject type

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