EAT ME, DRINK ME. A site-specific installation, 2022
This installation explores the sensorial and conflicting experience of today’s food consumption and waste, at once seduction and repulsion. Why ADAPTATIONS? Each one of the works in this installation invites the viewer to reflect on the visual beauty and subliminal seductiveness of the foods we consume - even of the trash we collect. I find a striking graphic similarity between the rhythmic patterns of this imagery and that of the representations of many of our physiological systems.