This sculptural installation, handcrafted from Jingdezhen porcelain and finished with platinum polish, explores the issues of contemporary food production and consumption. Through the piece, François Ruegg explores how contemporary society has pushed for the standardisation of food, increasingly choosing industrial methods of production, despite the devastating effect on nature. Through the Transgenic Vegetable, François presents his apocalyptic vision of what vegetables could look like in the future." />

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Transgenic Vegetable

This sculptural installation, handcrafted from Jingdezhen porcelain and finished with platinum polish, explores the issues of contemporary food production and consumption. Through the piece, François Ruegg explores how contemporary society has pushed for the standardisation of food, increasingly choosing industrial methods of production, despite the devastating effect on nature. Through the Transgenic Vegetable, François presents his apocalyptic vision of what vegetables could look like in the future.

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Type: Sculpture
Dimensions: 19 H x 50 W x 22 D cm
Material: Jingdezhen porcelain, glaze, platinum polish

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