She is looking very hard. She isnâ€™t looking in the usual places. Sifting, searching, sorting, she removes the hooks that baited her, all the claims made on her. She is moving towards autonomy. 'I Dish is a fractured and a chronological account of the catching, cooking and devouring of a fish which, edited with care and imagination, turns into a disturbing and violent metaphor for the animosity between a young woman and man.' - Sheila Johnston, Time Out
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