Itamar Gilboa

Itamar Gilboa

The Arts Club has been on a studio visit with Itamar Gilboa. He kept a diary of everything he ate and drank for a year. About three years later, the results can be seen in a sculpture installation, the Food Chain Project. This installation, a traveling pop-up supermarket (now en route to the UM Museum in South Korea and also on display at the LAM in Lisse), consisting of more than 8,000 messages made of white plaster, physically represents Gilboa’s annual consumption. The project draws attention to the contradiction of a world with high levels of food insecurity as well as obesity and overconsumption. Itamar told more about this project in his studio, where a part can be seen exclusively for the members of The Arts Club.

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