Poppy Litchfield


Let Down is a continuation of my exploration into the intricacies between internal experiences and the external world, focusing on social behaviours and the influence of technology within food systems and agriculture. The work examines these centres of power and their ecological impact, specifically within the dairy industry, reflecting on the dynamics of social relations in a technologically dominated world. I am interested in the transformative nature of food entangled with bodies, intimacy and memories. I explore this through engaging with rituals of care and nourishment and considering mother archetypes and unconventional forms of mothering from a queer perspective.