Food (R)evolution Exhibition is a visual journey across the global food system, representing the diets of day-to-day citizens from all walks of life as the core of the installation. The collection of high-quality photographic works includes themes related to food systems on the African continent including land use, child nutrition and climate change. The exhibit speaks to this time of rapid change on the African continent and the positive, revolutionary potential of its food systems.
This public exhibit aims to use images as broad research texts in a research project that experiments with photography and public art as an example of how to use non-written research ‘texts’ to bridge class, literacy and language barriers in participatory knowledge creation.
Events related to this exhibit will be announced in mid April.The installation of twenty-nine photographs is a project of The Food System Centre at the Sustainability Institute, Stellenbosch and the Centre for Complex Systems in Transition at Stellenbosch University