The Foodbank ProjectThe storage of food and the way it is thought of now are closely linked. Nowadays food is served as a mean to preserve a person, to make them stay alive, not as a pleasure and/or as a gathering. The mentality on food has evolved drastically and this project reflects on rationalization and food crisis in the UK where Foodbanks are in growing demand. The labelling (the handwritten dates) on the cans, the haphazard stacking, the claustrophobic feeling and the quality of the food all speak for the desperation of the situation, people need food and what we are giving them is not usually what our bodies are made to consume.
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