Art serves up food this month

Contemporary artists and performers are putting food on the table to playfully explore personal stories as well as question the ethics of its production and consumption.
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Kawita Vatanajyankur, Squeezers, 2015.

Artists are extending the tradition of food in art beyond the still life to address some of our biggest environmental and ethical concerns. From its unequal distribution, unethical production and genetic modification, to playfully using food as a medium for their practice, upcoming live art performances and a regional exhibition are steering the conversation about food.

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Brooke Boland
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Brooke Boland is a freelance writer based on the South Coast of NSW. She has a PhD in literature from the University of NSW. You can find her on Instagram @southcoastwriter.
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