19 Apr '15, 11pm

Tiny people climbing cheese cliffs, mulling thru' mushroom forests & traveling rough terrains of a nut roasting pan

Carden’s “Small World” series closely examines the foods which make up our meals from a bug’s eye view . A soft bend of a tender green beans, the flourish of a broccoli crown or the dense mass of a piece of cheese are transformed into sumptuous landscapes. Each scene is populated and animated by tiny model people, who climb up cheese cliffs, mull through mushroom forests , and travel the rough terrain of a nut roasting pan. Through these photographs of the tiny dioramas , we are able to see and appreciate the beautiful details of the plants that we consume. Carden’s photographs appeal to adults and children alike, casting food in a playful light, which will encourage kids to want to learn about healthy eating. Each day, many of us blindly eat our meals, while working, looking at a computer screen or on the go , without. We distractedly munch away, giving little or no thoug...

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