Concepts and Ideas for Commercial Purposes
Fake Food Park | National Museum of Victoria | Melbourne


The approach to food has to be more like a project, something to design or think about, and less about the making. With Fake Food Park I would like children to approach food in a different way, still in a fun way but more intellectually, in a more abstract way. I think this is a completely new perception of food for children, which usually consists of activities where children cook in the kitchen with very basic recipes and edible ingredients. In Fake Food Park, instead of playing with food matter, it is about playing with the idea of food.

Martí Guixé 2016

Fake Food Park Exhibit | National Museum of Victoria | Melbourne
Till September 11th







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