This major exhibition explores how innovative individuals, communities and organisations are radically re-inventing how we grow, distribute and experience food. Taking visitors on a sensory journey through the food cycle, it poses questions about how the collective choices we make can lead to a more sustainable, just and delicious food future.
A mind-boggling collection of smart, creative, sustainable and surprising innovations that rethink all aspects of the food cycle.
A wacky exploration of the politics and economics of our diet.
Curators May Rosenthal Sloan and Catherine Flood have collated 70 exhibits that are by turn funny, scary, intriguing, disgusting, entertaining, thought-provoking and educational.
It's a punchy, fun look at the food chain, which gives an insight into the way we eat while capturing the zeitgeist around food waste and single use packaging.
The V&A's latest must-see exhibition, examining the thorny subject of sustainable eating, from gastronomic experiments to urban farming.
★★★★ A curious delight, just don't go in hungry.
Positive innovation abounds in a show that eggs us on towards a more sustainable future... This is a show that will stick with you, encouraging you to interrogate why you eat what you do.
FOOD: three years in the making, though acknowledging the past for context, looks to the future for solutions – and it couldn't arrive at a better time.
You'll leave feeling blown away by the possibilities.