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Fake Food Park
At the NGV in Melbourne, Catalan designer Martí Guixé will present an interactive large-scale exhibition developed especially for children to inspire a rethinking of the ways we eat.
In a colourful, custom-designed kitchen surrounded by dining booths, Fake Food Park is a vibrant and interactive, large-scale exhibition developed especially by Martí Guixé for children and families to inspire a rethinking of the ways we eat and our attitudes to familiar foods.
Through a hands-on activity and digital design challenges, visitors will be asked to sprout new ideas for food concepts and flavours, and create their very own “Fake Food Park” menu. At the centre of the exhibition there is a kitchen space where younger visitors can ‘construct’ a meal using a collection of blocks, fabric and other materials, which is then photographed and magically transformed into a composite image of real food items. The exhibition space will also feature Guixé’s drawings, illustrations and fruit-and-vegetable wallpaper.