The Plate Project: Provocateurs

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Gardens vs. Factories

by Jono Pandolfi, Product Designer and Ceramacist
“My idea was inspired by some Margaret Atwood novels I have been reading lately. She depicts a future where genetic modification has sort of run rampant and is even used with harmful intent in some cases. Luckily, I think enough people are interested in locally grown food now that people’s gardens will really be the future of good eating. I wanted to show the vibrancy of just-picked garden food next to what could eventually wind up on our plates: a sterilized, watered-down, factory-grown product that has been tweaked, tested and modified, taking it far away from what it once was.”

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