We are all a bit peculiar when it comes to our individual food habits (bite-size pieces may only enter my mouth and roast chicken must come with a helping of mint sauce, no matter how unconventional) so when David Stewart set about photographing young women and their relationships with both food and the environment that surrounds them for his series entitled Intension/Indecision the result really could have been anyone’s guess!
Injecting the same amount of humour found in his usual photographic style, David’s photographs are just the right amount of surreal. Coming heavily saturated in colour, and with scenes varying in degrees of bizarre from a laundrette with a washing basking full of eels to lecture halls made complete with a pheasant, what’s not to love?
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