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Food is a precious commodity, it has power, it can be a protest or an act of care, it can control, it nourishes us not just biologically, but socially and culturally. PhotoIreland brought together artists and professionals to question various aspects of food production and consumption, sometimes to highlight an issue, put forward a question and sometimes provide a solution, around what it means
to feed and to eat.
To encourage pertinent and fresh discourse, a number of professionals from outside the art world were invited to join artists in discussing the issues touched. This, in turn, offered a deeper arena where Photography, the Arts, can be interpreted within other disciplines and teased out within our social lives.
The Holding Place is a meditation on the physical, psychological, and political landscape of Motherhood. The small world they inhabit, the recurring daily routines, the scant time available, and the intimacy of the mother-child relationship all shape the work. In The Holding Place, the personal and political blur as the artist engages in a raw and honest dialogue, exploring the emotional complexities and challenges of motherhood.GET YOURS NOW →