WHEN WE SHOP FOR FOOD, WE PURCHASE GOODS WHICH ARRIVE ON SUPERMARKET SHELVES PRODUCED BY METHODS WE KNOW LITTLE ABOUT AND HAVE NO SAY IN. IF WE KNEW MORE ABOUT THE PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF OUR FOOD, HOW DOES IT SHAPE THE FOOD WE EAT?
We can participate in the larger Food Citizenship movement by sharing information and exercising consumer choice ethically. It gives us a chance to influence food production policy and transforms us from thoughtless consumers into active citizens.
Undefined citizen Doll
Amrit Doll is an artist-in-residence at Loughborough University. She is currently researching Brexit sentiment and political language, using print-making methods, in a time of public exhaustion and apathy whilst considering the political nature of print and propaganda. She is interested in the changing definitions of citizenship as Britain leaves the European Union and the re-defining of her own citizenship. She studied for a Fine Art MA at Birmingham City University, after completing a Mathematics degree, where she explored installations in a new materialist context, combining logic, mathematics and physics.