Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80
Damn Issue 80

Damn Issue 80

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The Organic Approach

We look at what organic time capsules might look like, question the politics of the organic food movement, and delve into the latest thinking on left-right brain balance which might not be quite what was always believed.

There is an interview with Cooking Sections about their long-term project Salmon: a red herring which explores the relationship between how we eat and the climate emergency and how salmon farmers use synthetic salmon pigments in salmon to make the pink colour - an industrial and chemical process that has catastrophic impact on ecosystems beyond one singular fish.

There is also room devoted to experimental film maker Jodie Mack, the attention grabbing, iconoclastic projects of Danish conceptual artists Jens Haaning, sense designer Anicka Yi, and Asia Leofreddi’s work with the body, as well as Turkish artist Emre Huner who releases narratives from their more predictable and linear understandings.

It’s a far-reaching issue but what holds it together is the idea that all the man-made, top down strictures imposed, legal- ised and policed to keep things “normal” might also be re- stricting creativity and minimising the free and crazy long- term thinking we need to tap into for our mutual survival.