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Art@Work 06. Eat Me cakes with text contained inside.

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EAT ME cakes. Part 1 of 3 part installation.

Edible ink on greaseproof paper contained inside cakes. The EAT ME buns make reference to fairy tales, fortune telling and the Arabic tradition of imparting knowledge through the use of confectionary to teach children the alphabet. The buns contain pieces of greaseproof paper with virtues printed onto them using edible ink: Wisdom, Courage, Determination, Understanding, Patience and Gratitude. The buns were handed out to children and adults as they entered the exhibition.

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Art@Work 06.god bless the cooks.instillation with edible works,rosemary scones to aid memory.

God Bless The Cooks. Edible Installation .

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God Bless The Cooks.     Part 2 of  installation.

Borrowed objects and hand made edible works. The work makes reference to the history and traditions associated with baking, cures and religious beliefs in Ireland. Handmade brown bread with cure for whooping cough made by the artists’ mother, hand made  garlic infused butter, home made jam, home made scones infused with rosemary for memory.


pge1 girl in the red cloak.Art@Work 06.sugar paste sheets & edible ink prints.

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The Girl in The red Cloak. Part 3 of installation.

series of 12 edible prints on sugar paste sheets.

The work makes reference to  the fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood  and to the current climate of fear parents have over allowing their children  to play unsupervised in nature. The work mourns the lack of freedom  while also making reference to the resilience and intuition of children.

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