Checking into other’s people’s lives through food.
Refrigerator voyeurism to be precise.
Would you get that teeny satisfaction of looking into a someone’s life and deduce – impression, inspiration and maybe recognize craving/s?
At the Singapore Biennale 11′ this year; Secret Affair,an installation in 8Q@SAM by Roslisham Ismail, I admit I was was all of the above.
Interestingly, one would also recognize the relationship between food and people. Even an involvement in this exercise – How We Live.
I put on my journalist boots and my sociologist glasses and I stepped out with three questions in mind: What do fridges murmur about the food choices of city dwellers? Can we read a culture by looking at a shelf in their refrigerators? Does the non-stop rhythm of the cities induce new food behaviors?”
A project right on the other side of the world from here, on the same food spectrum.
Food in your fridge – Reveal much?
I think think so.
So #Change. Because I think we really are what we eat.