In the exhibition EAT ME, food is the supreme metaphor of our time
Eat Me is an exhibition about how we understand ourselves and the world through food.
Food is the supreme metaphor of our time. We use food to comment on practically anything: our social problems, our cultural habits, our identities, our understanding of nature. We use food to set boundaries, refine our sensibilities and project our visions of the future.
EAT ME introduces more than 60 artists and designers who are obsessed with food. Among them: Lee Mingwei, Antoni Miralda, Thomas Rentmeister, Taryn Simon, Erwin Wurm, Helen Chadwick and Marije Vogelzang.
More information: http://www.trapholt.dk/museum/6-exhibitions/85-eat-me/