Yi Ling Tai

In today’s urban society, we take for granted the convenience and source of food given to us. The accessibility of food has made us think less of the way we obtain food and the way we eat. Project Feed uses the approach of ‘Participatory Dining Experience’ to bring humans closer to their food source. The project reveals hidden consequences in order to encourage action at an individual level and accumulatively as a community. As well as to encourage the practice of healthy and balanced food consumption for both humans and the planet for the future ahead. The project shows how the lack of acknowledgement about the nature of our consumption, is crucial to the current climate crisis and the future of food source and security for an urban society.

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RMIT University
School of Design
Melbourne, Australia

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