Food, better lives, and a bowl of cherries

The Gallery’s major exhibition and film program ‘Harvest: Art, Film and Food’ presents a selection of works from the Collection, alongside feature films and documentaries, depicting food across the ages and exploring food production, distribution and consumption from multiple perspectives. Here, Frances Bonner looks at connections between feminism, permaculture and food futures. ‘Harvest: Art, Film and…

GOMA Talks Harvest: Food, Art and Life

Missed our second GOMA Talks food: its production, consumption and symbolism in association with our current exhibition ‘Harvest’? Host Sarah Kanowski, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Weekend Arts & guests: LA-Based artist collective & exhibiting artists Fallen Fruit; Dr Diane Kirkby; Joanna Savill, Good Food Month & Paul West, chef & host of River Cottage Australia examine how food has played…

GOMA Talks Harvest: Art, film and food

During ‘Harvest: Art, Film and Food’, GOMA Talks explores food, its production, consumption, symbolism, and role in contemporary life and continues its partnership with national broadcaster ABC Radio National (RN). We asked Sarah Kanowski about her topic… food, art and life before hosting on Thursday 17 July. Our last GOMA Talks ‘Politics of food’ is…