Natural Selection

In this latest project, Natural Selection (in collaboration with James Binning), a series of handmade vessels are cast from eccentric and oddly shaped fruit and vegetables; produce that would not be accepted for sale in most supermarkets. These oddities discarded in vast numbers by the food industry are reproduced en masse and re-embodied through their extensive reproduction. Instead of being discarded, these fruit and vegetable forms are celebrated, turned into plaster moulds.

Farrokh Aman

Farrokh is an Iranian architect, designer and maker based in London. His work pursues an interest in the beauty of everyday objects, industrial processes and the idea of artistic production. These notions are explored through various mediums and within architecture, furniture making, ceramics and other disciplines.