Promoted by BJCEM in the frame of the Food Wave project, Every food is a landscape is an exhibition of sixteen artists from nine different countries in Europe and the Mediterranean, reflecting on the environmental, cultural and social impact of food production and consumption on the landscape. Among human activities, food production is one of the most impactful to climate change, due to land exploitation, fertilizers, and inappropriate agricultural practices. Therefore, Every food is a landscape offers a multidisciplinary approach to climate change by focusing on food production and consumption in European and Mediterranean countries. The exhibition – curated by Marco Trulli – is an analysis of the contradictory landscapes that result from food production, with the aim of re-think our relationship with food as an element of connection between us and the ecosystem and as a vehicle of relations between different cultures and languages, which crosses all borders.
Beatrice Caruso (Italy), Filipa Cruz (Portugal), Chiara De Maria (Italy), Lucia Di Pietro (Italy), Anna Fainareti Lioka (Greece), Hajnal Gyeviki (Hungary), Ceren Hamiloglu (Turkey), Mira Hirtz (UK), Shuai Peng (italy), Despina Petridou (Cyprus), Maria Nissan (Jordan), Mila Panic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Giulio Saverio Rossi (Italy), Elektra Stampoulou (Greece), Agnese Spolverini (Italy), Dimitris Theocharis (Greece).
BJCEM is a network of 47 members, ranging from cultural institutions to independent organizations, with partnerships throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Legally registered in Belgium, it manages its activities from its Executive Office based in Turin, Italy