What is sacred to the dining table is reduced to its form and colour in this photo series by Sondos Azzam
Photo essay | | 6 May 2021
What is sacred to the dining table is reduced to its form and colour in this photo series by Sondos Azzam. By focusing on the objects’ reflective nature the purpose of this mundane object is shifted. A form that usually transports a meal from the exterior place to our internal bodies is now the centre of spectacle, a subject of the gaze. The language of cutlery is distorted through photography.
Spoons Out of Water 1
Spoons Out of Water 2
Spoons Out of Water 3
Spoons Out of Water 4
Spoons Out of Water 5
Sondos Azzam is an artist working on archiving communions and assembling their remnants. Her practice predominantly focuses on the consumption of food and what binds the various elements of a meal to us.
Annie Holden is currently a Fashion Communication and Promotion student at Central Saint Martins in London. Her practice is at the intersection between fashion and fine art.