What's For Tea?, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (2022)
Collection of cagoules made from deadstock fabric to be shown as part of an exhibition referencing BALTIC’s building history as a working flour mill, opened in 1950 by Rank Hovis and exploring food production and consumption; what we eat, how much we eat and how our eating habits could help combat the climate emergency.
Isabella has worked closely with participants of BALTIC’s ongoing project Art Lab since it was set up in 2019. The group of 4-11 year-olds do creative workshops around themes of climate change, environment and play and cook together using food waste. For this exhibition they will be offering a community fashion project, co-designing prints for a collection of cagoules made from environmentally-responsible materials. These can be lent out to families and visitors to the bus to shelter them on foraging walks and outdoor activity during the tour.