Food Art Research (FAR) Network is a wide international network of over twenty established artists that engage with the politics and aesthetics of food. FAR fosters creative connections between international members, across networks and local contexts and political engagement. We work together through dialogue, written texts, recipes, public learning outcomes, and long-term collaboration.

The Food Art Research Network (FAR) was established as part of the research platform of Custom Food Lab (Folkestone), it was established with funding from Arts Council England in 2020. FAR is now the Food Art Research strand of Green Art Lab Alliance network and is expanding with collaborations with School of Instituting Otherwise, Delhi, CAST research at RMIT and Liquid Architecture Melbourne.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we as convenors of the FAR Network are situated, the people of the Woi Wurrung and Boon Wurrung language groups of the Kulin Nations. We extend our respect to the Ancestors and Elders of all First Peoples and Elders past and present.