by Jules Rochielle for Public Art Review, Food for Thought Issue
“Artists hit the road using creativity, communication, and food to address social issues.”
This issue explores the theme of Food for Thought and how what we eat affects public art (and vice versa) on a global scale. They covered the topic from a holistic lens of the entire food cycle — revealing how public artists address the topics of growing and raising our food within fragile ecosystems, the infrastructure of the global food business, the culture of eating and sharing food within our communities, and ultimately the politics that influence our food system — again, all from the angle of how public artists shape and communicate these processes to their audiences.
In Jules Rochielle article she talks about EAsT Harlem project.