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An interesting research project, organized by the Diepenheim art society, is taking place throughout this year inÂ Diepenheim, NL.Â Jeroen van Westen, visual artist and participant in this artistic study shortly describes it:
Eat your view has its focus on how our food is related to our landscape. If food builds our body and mind, and food production defines our landscape, it must be that our food is an expression of our landscape. But, when we eat, we donâ€™t recognize our landscape. There is a blind spot for where our food comes from. In Eat your view we try to â€˜defineâ€™ that blind spot in its different forms.
We hope to be able to produce strategies to minimize the blind spot, make it more transparent, and thus to release energy and create focus to work on a healthier relation people-food-landscape.
Four experts, ranging from anthropologists to Trappists, were released on an exploration day in Diepenheim, respectively in Spring, Summer and Autumn, with the assignment:Â â€œWhat does the landscape have to offer?â€Â and afterwards discussing their findings with inhabitants, interested public and a panel. The short film, by documentary film-makerÂ Sacha Barraud, shows footage of these three days.
The concluding Winter exploration day on January 12th, will consist of a public discussion of the 12 â€œscoutsâ€, the panel, inhabitants, general public and invited experts.
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