London's V&A shows what the future of food could look like in its latest exhibitionFood: Bigger than the Plate, which takes visitors through a full food cycle from compost to plate. The show is structured into four parts – compost, farming, trading and eating – in a bid to give visitors a sense of where they might fit into the food system, and where they stand in the ongoing debates about the future of food.
VENICE - Coinciding with the 58th Venice Biennial, Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen initiated the birth of the evolving artwork Human Rights Pavilion. In 2021, he will present his completed Opus to the Venice Biennial authorities with a request for a recurring, international human rights pavilion. Koen Vanmechelen firmly believes that art has a role to play in the current debate about human rights, a controversial issue highlighted by globalization. Are human rights culturally