Sam Curtis is an artist and fishmonger whose work explores creativity, where we might expect to find it, and how we value different forms of labour. For over 10 years, he has used his day jobs as platforms or starting points from which to develop creative projects. Informed by two years working as a fishmonger in Harrods, he now runs the Centre for Innovative and Radical Fishmongery, an organisation that explores how fishmongery intersects with art, individuals and society.
The group joined Sam to explore his unique way of working, and together made prints using squid ink and fish scales.
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