Artist Jo Peel has collaborated with Professor Duncan Cameron, co-director of the University’s Institute for Sustainable Food, to produce a sculptural installation and associated thought-provoking film about our changing relationship with food during lockdown, located in Sidney & Matilda.
When panic buying hit the news, many of us realised for the first time that food sustainability and food security are issues that affect us all. Common Ground deals with people’s real experiences and highlights the importance of Duncan’s research on urban farming and alternative methods of food production.
- For more information about Professor Duncan Cameron’s work, visit professorduncancameron.com or follow him on Twitter @dunkie_c
Visiting the exhibition in person
Sidney & Matilda, Rivelin Works, Sidney St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 4RH
Thursday 17-Sunday 27 September Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm
Admission is free
This exhibit is open to visitors at Sidney & Matilda, as well as being available to view online. Advance booking is not required, but you will be asked to provide information for the NHS Track & Trace programme.
COVID-19 safety measures
Special measures are in place at the gallery to keep everyone safe.
During your visit please wear your face covering, practise social distancing and keep younger visitors with you. If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, please don’t visit the gallery.