Public Plate is a process based piece exploring strategies for public engagement with sustainability. It was presented to scientists and artists at a residential in April 2014 as part of Nil by Mouth; an art/science research based residency. Nil By Mouth consisted of 4 artists working with 4 different food producing communities and with scientists from the Hutton and Rowett Institutes, Aberdeen, to develop artworks that explore new ways of engaging audiences with issues of food, farming and sustainability. Nil by Mouth concluded with a presentation at the Scottish Parliament in November 2014.
A Creative Scotland / Creative Futures project