United Nation's recently brought together several international artists to put together a group art installation that discusses food safety through visuals. The installation, dubbed 'We Are What We Eat' is in conjunction with the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goal 2 that focuses on sustainable food, farming and agriculture.
The artwork is designed to bring awareness to the food crisis in different countries with a faux supermarket set up that contrasts fresh foods with packaged. The juxtaposition between the two types of food raise awareness in the viewer on the types of food they choose to consume to put in their bodies, with fresh and healthy foods being better than packaged and processed. The installation features the talents of several artists, and is on display through the spring season in New York City.
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