18 June to 6 July 2013
Brenda May Annex
he exhibition 'Strange Fruit' is a series of photographs that explore the geopolitics of food production and distribution. In this series, exotic and heirloom varieties of fruit are transformed into ice sculptures and photographed. The ice works capture a deep poetic resonance of loss and disappearance. These photographs act as a metaphor for precariousness - caught as they melt and slip across an invisible surface - they act to remind us that shrinking polar icecaps are possible indicators of global climate change.
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