Artist Creates Scenic Art Resembling Earth, Using Junk Food

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“Processed Views” is a photography project by Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman. It interprets the relation of industrial food production: the scary intersection of nature and technology. With time, we have steered far away from actual food, and moved closer to processed foods, enhanced by technology. As a result, we are putting our bodies more at risk than ever, as well as our environment. This is why the artists chose to build scenes from around the globe, using nothing but junk food.

Fruit Loops Landscape

Fruit Loops Landscape from the series, Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape

Marshmallow Chasm

Marshmallow Chasm, from the series, Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape  inspired by carleton Watkins, Cathedral Rock, Yosemite, no. 20, ca. 1861

Cola Sea

Cola Sea  from the series, Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape

Monoculture Plains

Mononculture Plains from the series Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape inspiration Carleton Watkins, Cape Horn, Columbia River, OR 1867

White Bread Mountain

White Bread Mountain from the series Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape (4 x5 Vericolor 100, printed 18"x22") inspiration Carleton Watkins, Catherdral Rock, Yosemite, CA

Deep Fried Bluffs

French Fried Bluffs from the series, Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape inspired by Carleton Watkins, Castle Rock, Columbia River, Oregon, ca. 1867

Saturated Fat Foothills

Saturated Fat Foothills from the series Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape (4x5 vericolor 100, print size: 18"x22") Inspiration Carleton Watkins, The Town on the Hill, New Almaden, CA 1863

Flamin’ Hot Monolith

Flamin' Hot Monolith from the series Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape (4 x 5 vericolor 100, printed 18" x 22")

Moonrise on Bologna

Moonlight on Balogna Bay from the series Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape. Inspried by Carleton Watkins, Moonlight on Columbia from Oregon Railroad, Cascades, ca. 1870

Blue Dye #1 Precipice

BlueDye#1 Cliffs from the series, Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape (4x5Vericolor 100 printed 18 x22").

Amazing conjunction of two ironic elements in this! Share with friends!

Via Ciurej & Lochman

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