Soil degradation is one of the major threats we are facing now regarding to food security and the future of humankind. Due to practices of industrial agriculture we have already lost the majority of our fertile soils. Since topsoil regenerates very slowly it is considered as a non-renewable source of energy which we are treating mostly in an unsustainable way.

“Soil Loss for Supper” is an invitation to consume and digest soil-related issues and the possible regenerative solutions as well. An opportunity for making physical contact with the cracked soil on top of the table and as well as knowledge about the soil-related facts that appear in the places of the tablewares. A thanksgiving rather than a memento, because the possibility of change is still in our hands.

Dimensions: 70 x 51 x 11 cm

Raw clay, cotton tablecloth with writings, wooden table

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