Melvin Edwards is included in 'Future Food. Essen für die Welt von morgen'
Melvin Edwards is included in 'Future Food. Essen für die Welt von morgen', a group exhibition curated by Viktoria Krason, at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden, Germany.
'Future Food' addresses one of the most pressing questions of the 21st century: How can we feed ourselves in the future? The exhibition asks how the future of nutrition can be shaped in the face of the myriad challenges that will affect global food security in the coming decades, exploring sensual and aesthetic, cultural and scientific, ethical and political positions relating to consumption.
How are global ecology and individual consumption related? What opportunities do scientific innovations and policy changes offer? How will changes in the production, trade and consumption of food affect our eating cultures, our understanding of nature, community and enjoyment? In order to raise awareness of global responsibility and the problems of the current food system, the exhibition presents crucial approaches to innovation within the food system.