Degree Show Collection at The Glasgow School of Art 2015exploring expectations of contemporary dining practice and the connection of inanimate objects, or lack of.
Photography & Film : Keir Laird
All materials are food safe and although conceptual art works do also function on the table.
Materials: white metal, glass, ceramic, rubber, stainless steel
Giving an empty water jug new purpose (elevating light)Materials: white metal, glass jug & candles
Giving an empty juice jug new purpose (supporting a structure)Materials: white metal, glass jug & candles
Dining for Two & Dining for Four
Why cant a bottle hold our napkins for us? Spinning tops
Materials: white metal, ceramic, rubber, glass bottles, napkins.
Salt & Pepper
There shouldn't be a favourite; hold one to use the other
Materials: stainless steel & glass shaker
Large Helper, Bowl & Spoon
A new utensil to hold the spoon hygienically for us.
Materials: Silver, ceramic bowl, stainless steel
Considering a starter meal as a gift.
Materials: White metal, stainless steel, ribbon & ceramic plate
Hanging Knives & Plates
Folded steel knives that hygienically balance on the flat edge of a dish.
Materials: water jet cut glass, ceramic & stainless steel
Steady Wine Glass
To avoid a slip and spill when pouring
Materials: hand carved wine glass
Steady Drinking Glass
Materials: hand carved glass