KAT WOOD




Prawn Dumpling is an environmentally-inspired photographic project, published by Manchester based Ceremony Press. The project consists of a mixture of images and fractured narratives spliced together recounting several trips the artist made to various hill farms in the North West of England. 


By relocating back to the farm that the artist was raised on, enables her to capture the everyday experiences of farming and rediscovering the environment that she had grown increasingly detached from.

Central to Wood’s practice is the direct physical engagement with the labour of farming. During her trips to the Peak District National Park she began to take on the role of the farmer, from which she makes photographic work about the experience: the resultant works portray a personal insight into the implicit care and consideration small-scale farmers have for both their animals and their working and living environment.


Singer Sewn

160mm x 230mm

32 pages

Digital Printing

1st Edition of 50

August, 2019


Stockists (UK):

Good Press, Glasgow

Village, Leeds

Rare Mags, Stockport

The Photographers Gallery, London

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