Tag Archive: rice

VIDEO: A celebration of rice – Performance by Daniela Beltrani

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  Performance artist Daniela Beltrani was invited to devise a performance that related to rice and the themes of nutrition, connectivity and community that it embodies – during the Edible Art Movement’s Urban… Continue reading

International Press: EAM featured series in Trebuchet Magazine

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You may have noticed this writing platform recently overflowing with the fragrant, nourishing grains of rice-writing and rice themed thoughts. Our humble blog has sought to supplement our recent forays into the world… Continue reading

EAM in Indonesia: Visiting rice paddy fields

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This year we have travelled Asia on a mission of research (and eating, which we assure you still counts as work in our line of enquiry.) We gathered experience and sensory moments whilst capturing a plethora of photos:… Continue reading

Captured on film: The URBAN RICE PADDY

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If you didn’t get a chance to visit the Urban Rice Paddy grown by EAM artists in Singapore, here’s some of our photographs below. It was installed in May-June 2014 at the central… Continue reading

“The Forbidden Rice” by Lau Eng Seng.

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Rice is a widely consumed staple food for the human population, especially in Asia. It also has a long history dating as far back as 8,200 – 13,500 years ago and originating in the… Continue reading

Urban Rice Paddy: Behind the Scenes #1, the rice bowl story…

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At the Edible Art Movement studio: The story behind 500 rice bowls… For our URBAN RICE PADDY installation artwork, we needed 500 rice bowls, and 500 meaningful stories behind each bowl. This was… Continue reading

Rice in all its glory — A month in the life of an Urban Rice Paddy.

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A photo essay of sights seen, rice planted, bowls collected, and performances prepared!      

A fair-trade experience in the highlands of central Java by Julio Etchart

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As a photo-journalist, I have been covering environmental and development topics for many years. My main clients are NGOs who work with grassroots organizations. More recently, I have gone on field trips to… Continue reading

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