Eyebeam presents Resident Stefani Bardin‘s Commodity Cropism in the Window Gallery, March 3 – April 16. The multi-channel video installation culture-jams highly stylized tropes of commercials in order to look at three problematic monocultures of industrial agricultural production: corn, soy, and sugar. The project seeks to expose veiled information about these crops and provide the public with data left out or obscured by loosely monitored food production and labeling systems.
Commodity Cropism is sponsored in part by MSE Audio Group.
People: Stefani Bardin
Tags: agribusiness, agriculture, food, window gallery