Event Review of BPLTC III: Food Control

Pamela Honor Tudge


In Eastern Bloc’s recent exhibition BPLTC 111: Food Control new media artists use digital technologies as both a form of aesthetic presentation and a kind of mimicry to critique the technologically driven industrial food system. This exhibition was the last of a three-part exhibition on Biopolitics. The objective of the show is to explore how research and technological changes in society influence the ways food is distributed and accessed within contemporary regimes--a familiar topic to many food studies scholars.


biopolitics, new media, robots, food, fermentation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15353/cfs-rcea.v3i1.154


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