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proud & happy: honey & bunny will work for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London
honey & bunny | TEACHING and LECTURES/ CONFERENCES:
FOOD DESIGN --- academic course at New Design University St Pölten --- next course / AUTUMN 2019
10.04.2019 --- lecture at ZAGREB DESIGN WEEK
03.05.2019 --- lecture at KANAZAWA CASTLE / Japan
honey & bunny | PROJECTS
aus | LIEBE | graben
eat design performance at Jarusinsky & Vaugoin / Vienna
14th February 2019
sustainable | EAT | show
food design performance at Kiew
15th March 2019
food design | photo exhibition
Oesterreichisches Kulturforum Budapest
21st March 2019 to ...
FOOD: BIGGER THAN A PLATE / food | RULES | tomorrow
video installation at Victoria & Albert Museum / London / UK
grand opening at 18th May 2019
eat | BODY | design
eat art installation for ZAGREB DESIGN WEEK
08th May- 11th May 2019
MARKET OF EXTERNALITIES / GESCHMACKSSACHE
multimedia installation at Waelderhaus / Hamburg / DE
26th September 2018- 27th January 2019
Would you pay € 35 for a chicken or a loaf of bread? No? Well, that is quite unfair, as so much value has gone into its production!
Let’s analyse the price we are unwilling to pay: the poisons we spread in the environment for a simple meal, encouraged by the awesome power of the food industry. We pay for herbicides and pesticides, and machinery for harvesting and transport, but we don’t pay for their impacts on the health of the planet and its people … Sit down, relax, close your eyes and savour your chips, your noodles, your bread. Is it Glyphosat, Azoxystrobin, Atrazine, Chlorpyrifos or is it gas, gasoline or coal?
What are you eating?
CLEAN | design
Together with our photographers Ulrike Köb and Daisuke Akita we are working on our next book project: CLEANING. Once again we are dedicating ourselves to an everyday activity; we are thematising rituals, traditions, and conventions around design objects that go completely unnoticed. On the basis of the private, almost intimate, cleaning process we disclose social and political questions around equality, work migration, ecology and modern slavery.
the New Yorker about honey & bunny: http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-wastefulness-of-modern-dining-as-performance-art
research & design project: SUSTAINABLE FOODDESIGN | please visit: www.sustainable-fooddesign.com | project partner: Beate Koller / ceo: Arche Noah
PICTURES: please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to buy limited / signed fotos done by honey & bunny, Ulrike Koeb and Daisuke Akita