Out of Time, Cherry Truluck
Hayward Gallery London
Photo by Pete Woodhead

Cherry Truluck is an artist and researcher, who tends towards edible, collective, collaborative and sometimes curatorial work. With roots in architecture and theatre, her transdisciplinary work explores the possibilities of food and farming as an artistic practice, focusing particularly on temporal rhythms in agricultural systems. Working with community building, botany, cooking, farming and performance, she seeks rhythms in the dialogue that food creates between the body and the land.

Residencies and commissions have included Hayward Gallery London, Delfina Foundation (Politics of Food), Nicoletta Fiorucci Foundation, the Gaia Foundation, Cranborne Chase National Landscape and Magic Carpets Europe. As part of the UK Food Systems CDT, Cherry is undertaking doctoral research at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences at the University of Aberystwyth into the climate-critical development of temporalities through agri-cultural practices. She was creative director and founder of food/art collective Custom Food Lab from 2018-23