A PROJECT ABOUT ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE June 2017, Rotterdam (NL)
Antibiotic resistance is one of the most threatening problems in our modern days. It has been proven that sharing our microbes will become not only important but necessary for our well-being. In this project, we are in favor of bacteria, getting more dirty and sharing it around. Use the human body as antibiotics and therefore, use the human body as a food platter, a new surface to eat on. Sharing bacteria with your friends and loved ones helps you build up your immune system and appreciate your entourage more. With a magazine, food design and a performance we shared our idea with the people from The Natuurhistorisch Museum and Erasmus Mc in Rotterdam.
In collaboration with Jette Vogel, Sterre Mulder and Julia Krijgsma.