academy gallery exhibition on food and agriculture - characteristics of polyester
About 40 artists, together with the University of tazhou, co-created an exhibition on food, agriculture and health.
The exhibition, as part of a pilot project at the UTAS Museum of Art and Science, was exhibited at the Academy Gallery in inverensk and continued until April 7.
"We want people to think about the quality of food and food," said gallery director Malcom Bywaters . ".
"Food is an essential part of life, but it also has such a serious impact on our lives and health, which is related to diet.
"The exhibition includes research collections from UTAS, such as vintage refrigerators and chemical exhibitions, showing food and herbs used to be used as medicines.
Local artist Michael Kay has contributed a series of polyester fabrics that form genetic shapes by heating and hand stitching
"It's about how we don't really understand the long term
Represented by black, it has a long-term impact on food and our health.