A visual exploration of decay begs questions about our relationships with other species.
Wrought begins with that universal moment of disappointment: despite all best efforts, our food has gone bad. But instead of turning away in disgust, Wrought zooms in with curiosity.
Wrought explores how we construct categories, examining those of spoil, ferment, compost and rot. It coaxes audiences to decompose the binary of human and non-human. We are all, indeed, wrought.