Is it time to eat, or is there no more time to eat is an extensive review of the most prominent techno-solutionist creation in terms of food. It manifests itself into a desktop film and an essay, alongside an archive of images, articles, videos and more, which together deconstruct the culture of future food, born in the valley of technological quick-fixes.
The work takes a closer look at the culture around the techno-solutionist ideology, and the role of meal replacements within societies which value the authoritative roles of tech innovators and their potential to impact the way humans live.
Alice Strete, Is it time to eat, or is there no more time to eat, July 2019
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Alice Strete (1991, RO) is a researcher and, otherwise, person interested in the intricate relationship between humans and the technologies they surround themselves with. Her work is currently focusing on food.