Lap of Honey is about the opposing ways in which food can impact and shape identity and body.
How can food be an ethnographic object? How do processes of preparing and making allow one to feel closeness? How is food a didactic tool? How can it nurture our bodies and show us the way things heal, grow, and develop?
How does relationship with food create feeling of distance? How can it be limiting in enabling intimacy with ones self? How can its consumption make us uncomfortable? How can we detest the thing that ensures our thinking and feeling?