Scope, Miami Art Week 2017
Artifical Food Project
Plain organic food has become a rarity, even a luxury nowadays.In pursuit of income, food manufacturers employ the achievements of genetics, chemistry and technologies, thus creating mutant products.Vivid and artificially beautiful, they appeal to a consumer - eat me.
By selecting marine inhabitants, as they seem to be the most harmless and yet very valuable from the nutritional hierarchy point of view, the authors are researching the edible - inedible context. In their project the artists are paying the most attention to a total deterioration of the foods’ quality and ask themselves: what are we actually eating?