50 wall-mounted dinner plate collages explore taste, hunger, greed and desire
Collectively they tell a fiction of modern eating played out in an age of austerity and food-banks.
Each plate is available to purchase for £150 and 20% of the sale price will be donated to SIFA Fireside based in Digbeth to support the provision of free hot food to hundreds of people each week
The plates will be at exhibited in the project space until December 2015 and following the public exhibition dates (4,5 & 19 Sept) it will also possible to arrange a personal viewing of by making an appointment with Trevor Pitt - email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07870 292651
They can also be viewed on Facebook and you can reserve a plate by emailing Trevor and stating the plate number and name.
din din Lunch Party
Sat 19 Sept 1pm
Join artist Amanda Holiday and Director of SIFA Fireside Cath Giliver for a special lunch time event.
Food will be served and entertainment provided by SIFA's talented musicians.
About the artist:
An artist / filmmaker who works mainly with pastel, chalk, charcoal and pencil, Amanda Holiday has a keen interest in the collision of narrative and line – of drawing and story. She studied at Wimbledon School of Art and has exhibited at INIVA, ArtLounge, Bargehouse, Lewisham Library and the Southbank.
Born in Sierra Leone, artist Amanda Holiday came to the UK at the age of 5. After completing a degree in Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Art, her work was exhibited in landmark black art shows across the UK.
Holiday moved into film and scriptwriting – directing a number of short experimental films for the Arts Council, BFI and Channel 4. Between 2001 and 2010 she lived in Cape Town and wrote and directed several educational TV series.
After a long break, she resumed drawing in 2008 - new works for the ‘Hum of History’ series. Since returning to live in the UK in 2010, her work has been shown at INIVA, cueB gallery (solo), ArtLounge, Bargehouse, Southbank, Fairfields Arts Centre, Lewisham Library and Harts Lane Studios.