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For the second iteration of Food of War, the focus shifts to the bee apocalypse. Collaborating artists Omar Castaneda and Hernan Barros, alongside Zinaida Kubar and Rupert Earl, join forces to create an immersive environment at Proposition Studios in London's Southbank. In this rendition, the cracked beehive symbolizes the collapse syndrome, a phenomenon still shrouded in mystery in many hives worldwide. Most bees abandon their colonies, leaving behind only the queen and a few loyalists to witness the disintegration of the hive's organization. Pesticides and other suspected factors are blamed for this devastating occurrence.

The collective's approach encompasses not only set design, performance, gastronomy, installations, and sculptures but also introduces scents, enriching the aesthetic experience.


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