Elaborate Photography of rotting Food

Klaus schreibt mir: „Du hattest vor einiger Zeit mal ein Feature meiner Serie mit Bildern aus dem Museumskeller auf Nerdcore, seit gestern habe ich nun meine neue Serie fertig. Darin geht es um Nahrungsmittelverschwendung.“ Dazu hat er Speisen verrotten lassen, in klassischen Stilleben fotografiert und dazu Infos zu Produktionsstandorten, Preis, Transport oder Carbon Footprint gepostet. Sehr schöne Idee!

Oben passend zur Saison yummy Erdbeeren und ne Wassermelone, hier noch ein paar Eier:

The pictures of the series ‚One Third‘ show food which is no longer edible, at various stages of decay. The products used for this study were once tasty items of food, for sale in supermarkets after being transported there from various parts of the world. ‚One Third‘ exceeds the sell by date in order to document the full dimensions of global food waste.

The title of the series- ‚One Third‘- refers to this particular percentage of food products which, according to a study by the FAO, goes to waste worldwide. Food products come with their own individual history and are produced in different ways in different parts of the world. They only have one thing in common: They are thrown away.

One Third (Danke Klaus!)