A garden lunch to celebrate the autumn equinox
18 September 2022
To celebrate the changing of the seasons we hosted an intimate lunch for old and new friends in Will Martin's Camberwell garden.
Cooking and bringing people together for a meal is an important part of Will's identity and very much an extension of his art practice. This Supper Club combined the comfort foods of his childhood with the collaborative process of queer homemaking. Will cooked us a three-course meal and served everything on his handmade tableware, Owen Duff curated the playlist and naturally hand-dyed napkins were created by Eleni Avramidou.
We both take great pleasure in blurring the lines between art and the domestic, so it was a joy to collaborate on this afternoon of creativity, food and conversation.
Mushroom Rillette Crostini
Stuffed Eggs in a Sprouted Nest
Herbed Lamb Shoulder
Roasted Squash with Goats Cheese and Chimichurri
Aubergine Fattoush with Pomegranate
Fig and Strawberry Tart with Honeyed Cream
Will Martin started making ceramics at age 8 in Cape Town, South Africa. At 16 he was offered a 5 year ceramic apprenticeship, which he completed alongside his Art History, Anthropology and English Lit. degree at the University of Cape Town.
At 21 he was one of 100 South African artists exhibited at the Spier Contemporary Biennale. That same year Martin was selected as an Emerging Creative at the Design Indaba, and he was invited to have a solo show of ceramics in Soho, New York by Caroll Boyes. Before coming to London he co-curated Swallow My Pride, a critically acclaimed exhibition of contemporary queer art at Blank Projects...
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