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TMOEF featured on Mold Magazine

“The museum is at once a living memorial to the quotidian and a stark call to action. It presents potential visitors with a dilemma of sacrifice—what changes must be made now in order to prevent the loss of the future as we know it?”

FEATURED ON MOLD MAGAZINE

Today, Isabel Ling from MOLD Magazine contacted us to make us some questions regarding our last project: The Museum of Endangered Foods. She then published a beautifully written article about it that we couldn’t be happier with.

 

The museum of endangered foods is a platform to think about one of the most underestimated consequences of climate crisis: the extinction of foods. When the word “endangered” crosses our minds, we exclusively think about animals: pandas, rhinos, whales… but other life forms such as plants, and also specifically domesticated and edible plants that we consider foods, are also on the verge of extinction.

 

Here are some of her words:

The museum is at once a living memorial to the quotidian and a stark call to action. It presents potential visitors with a dilemma of sacrifice—what changes must be made now in order to prevent the loss of the future as we know it?

 

You can read the article here: The Museum of Endangered Foods – MOLD Magazine