Edit was invited to contribute to Pending, an exhibition at San Mei Gallery in December 2020.
The double-ended spoon was whittled out of Sycamore, foraged in Poplar, over lockdown.
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Spoon Me is a meditation on the doting activity of feeding. The double ended utensil disrupts the idea of care as a one-sided relationship, posing questions about power structures at home. A symmetrical eating device can be seen as a manifest for interdependence and equality in our most intimate settings and pursuits.