Behind the food on our plates lies a group of real people with lives like, and unlike, our own. You are invited to come and meet them…
The Faces Behind Our Food explores the personal stories of twelve food and drink producers in Lancashire, using imagery and stories to explore the complex environmental, social, animal welfare and political issues that shape the food that we eat.
The project involved a touring exhibition of black and white and colour photographs depicting local food producers, as well as a series of participatory animation workshops with community groups. LESS commissioned photographer Johnny Bean and visual artist Ginny Koppenhol to deliver the work.
The exhibition launched on Thursday 20th October 2016 at The Storey, Lancaster.