Synopses & Reviews
Culinary confusion abounds in an absurd reality of the everyday. The home environment is reconstructed using everyday items of food—resulting in something both bizarre and humorous. Fried egg bathroom mats, pasta tablecloths, and sliced meat floor tiles abound, while other foodstuffs take on a new character, becoming the distant landscape of some undiscovered continent.
Culinary confusion abounds in an absurd reality of the everyday.
About the Author
Sian Bonnell is an established and widely respected UK photographer. Her work has been exhibited throughout the world and is in several major collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. She also runs the Weymouth-based TRACE Gallery.