A Day After the Feast
“While the sea level is rising, the myth of abundance crumbles, like the salt-burned ground“

 ‘A Day After the Feast’ video art archives a performative dinner table, serving as a conceptual and material research base for ‘The Salty Dinner’ project.” The table setting is experimented with through the materialization and prototyping of centre pieces using salt and soil as the primary materials. These materials are combined and reconfigured by adding and evaporating water. The component of material research focuses on the alterations in the soil resulting from the increase of salinity levels. It examines the physical, optical, and sensory aspects. By merging physical and performative elements, it triggers narratives and stories that encompass soil, food scarcity, and a consumerist society.

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