Pakistani visual artist Sara Shakeel presents a new sculptural work ‘The Great Supper’. Traces of an intimate family meal are concealed at the centre of the gallery, inviting the viewer in to be part of a conversation. The stage is constructed from unassuming objects which have been carefully placed together; a table, dining chairs and crockery, framing Shakeel’s meal. The scene is dramatized by a saturation of glass crystals, propelling us to view the staples of domestic life through an altered lens. Shakeel’s meticulous work expresses a subversive, witty dialogue through sculptural form that explores and celebrates the gregariousness of the family table. Inanimate objects become the main players, an assemblage and modern day still life scene.