Savour is an exhibition about slowing down and savouring the art. On average, gallery visitors spend just 17 seconds looking at each artwork. This exhibition encourages viewers to take their time and spend an extended period in front of an artwork, exploring the individual sensations and emotions that the image evokes.
In a nod to the Slow Food Movement, each artwork in Savour is inspired by food, the act of eating, or what remains after the feast. Food, like art, is often so much about the personal resonance, which can be complex or subtle, but always evocative.
Savour is a whole gallery experience, grounded in highlighting the sensations, knowledge, and emotions of the viewer.