"eat your future" GDMFA Thesis Project
Exhibition, product, identity
How can you have the most impact on humanity's future? The answer is as simple as what you have for lunch. The way that Western society consumes meat leads us to a future of scarce resources, drought, and disease. We each have the power to choose our future with our choice of what to eat. My graduate thesis project at Maryland Institute College of Art explores the research that shows the hidden consumption costs of different foods. It featured a large projection that exhibited in the MICA graduate center from March 25 - April 11, 2016, as well as corresponding products and an interactive tool.