Jenny Fahey and Clare Hooper invite you to reflect on the meaning of cornucopia in our contemporary world and the abundance of the oddly intriguing elements within it. In classical mythology, the cornucopia was a horn shaped receptacle overflowing with fruits of the harvest which offered thanks for nature’s abundance.
The 18th Century saw the word cornucopia assuming a more general meaning, that of an inexhaustible store or overflowing supply.
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