The project highlighting the food sustainability concerns at the local level.
Date: 30 April 2014
The project highlighting the food sustainability concerns at the local level. Based on the range of collected statistics, the project aims to provide the journey, which explains the complex system of production and consumption, which future is at great risk. An interactive elements and games allow engagement and understanding, whereas the visual aesthetics make collected data attractive and clear. The journey ends with the range of possible solutions, which can be adapted by anyone and anywhere, aiming to encourage small changes from each of us, which have a great impact on the environment as a whole.
- Venue: Parker Gallery, 41 Commercial Road London E1 1LA
- Date: 28th - 29th April 2014
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