The Supermarket Museum – Katalog Dokumentu Sieciowego (pdf)

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SUPERMARKET PATH Artists’ manifesto

The supermarket food system and its social, cultural, economic and ecological implications are destructive in many ways. The system’s underlying values of profit-making do not respect local communities and cultural and biological diversity. The supermarkets go to a great length to hide the information about the origin and way of production of what they sell. They cause a hyper version of disconnection of where the products come from. 

What is more, the supermarket model destroys small farms and companies, monopolises local food systems. and does not respect  workers’ dignity. The long-chain industrial food production, distribution, and waste issues damage ecologies and health. What is more, the supermarket system falsifies the inevitability of technological ways of producing food and makes people fulfil their spiritual needs via consumption.

The phenomena of greenwashing and sensory marketing only accelerate the problems of the supermarket culture. We know other systems, alternatives do exist. The supermarket culture has been with us only for few decades and can be changed as fast as it appeared.

Find out more about the artists here.


PROJECT CURATED BY:

AGRO-PERMA-LAB FOUNDATION (Poland) www.agropermalab.org 

Grassroots organisation, integrating political and popular education in Agroecology, Permaculture and Food Sovereignty. We design inter-sectorial trainings for community leaders, activists and educators, develop community research tools, conduct pilot innovations in food systems and publish educational audio-visual materials.

COLLABORATION:

Asociación La Bolina (Spain), www.labolina.org
Permakultura na Ukrainie (Ukraine),  www.permaculture.in.ua 
Lebende Samen, Living Seeds (Germany), www.lebendesamen.bio
Asociace místních potravinových iniciativ (Czech Republic), www.asociaceampi.cz

PROJECT PARTNERS: Biennale Warszawa, www.biennalewarszawa.pl, Nyeleni Polska – Food Sovereignty Poland, www.nyeleni.pl

 

design: Ola Arent www.ola-arent.com
editing: Joanna Bojczewska

exhibition curators: 
Supermarket Museum:
Weronika Koralewska
Garden in Your Hands:
Joanna Bojczewska

texts:
Learning Food Growing:
Magda Jarocka, Joanna Bojczewska 
Sensory Marketing: Iryna Kazakova

artworks: creators of The Supermarket Museum, as marked

co-financed by: Culture of Solidarity Fund, European Cultural Foundation  www.culturalfoundation.eu 

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