An exhibition exploring Lewisham food stories
From food banks to allotments, cooperatives and soup kitchens to the rise of independent coffee shops, farmers’ markets and gastro pubs, the Austerity Bites exhibition will provide food for thought on how we as individuals and collectives experience social change through food.
The exhibition is part of a wider project of extensive interviews, workshops and interactions with groups of local residents, who talk about their routines and discuss the many meanings of food consumption in Lewisham.
Goldsmiths’ anthropologists have collaborated with the Grinling Gibbons and Lucas Vale Federation of Primary Schools, the community kitchen run by the Field Community Centre, Age Exchange, local restaurants, the Hill Cafe, and individuals, to bring together different perspectives.
This exhibition was curated by Gabriella Nicolescu, Dominique Santos and Henrike Donner.
The private view will take place on May 24th at 17.30 with a BBQ and a drinks reception, all are invited.
Dates & times
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|6 Jun 2016||9:00am - 9:00pm|
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