The taste of the city
‘International food artist’ Alicia Rios claims that people have ‘a latent desire to devour their surroundings’ – a craving she aims to address by creating ‘edible food cities’. Rios has already made an edible Madrid, Melbourne and Gran Canaria, and is now turning her efforts to creating a map of London made entirely from foodstuffs. The ‘Eat London’ project will a 60m2 scaled-down map of London from Hyde Park to Tower Bridge, Oxford Street to Elephant and Castle, and ...
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