In his first solo show in a public gallery in the UK, London-based sculptor Jonathan Trayte presents a variety of recent works especially made and selected for The Tetley. Trayte’s work explores our complex relationship with food, from the production industry and global supply chains that engineer and design the products we consume, to its emotional and social role in today’s food obsessed society. Read more.
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