Artist’s Reception: Consumers or Consumed? | SF
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Hotel Triton | 342 Grant Ave, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Pamela Keilson’s aim is to draw attention to propaganda in nutritional marketing and the potential consequences of consuming food based on convenience over quality.
After living abroad for a decade, Pamela was “shocked” to observe ‘how, where, and what’ people eat in the US. In response, this body of work comments on the divergence from natural ingredients especially as it applies to processed foods and the glorification of an ‘on-the-go’ lifestyle leading to a general cultural acceptance of relegating enjoyment of food to a secondary activity (eating in the car, on foot, or otherwise engaged in an activity other than the enjoyment of each meal during the day).
Exhibit through April 2, 2012
Artist’s Reception: CONSUMERS OR THE CONSUMED? Pamela Keilson
342 Grant Ave, San Francisco
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