A Simple Cereal
How is breakfast the most important meal of the day? A Simple Cereal illustrates the labor, time, and cost of a bowl of cereal to our culture and our bodies. Using local ingredient networks and a manual labor (specifically one man), A Simple Cereal investigates the influence of industry on our diet and how such a change in our society shapes our social and dietary history. To learn more, visit the official site of A Simple Cereal.
The Sin Eaters
At the turn of the eighteenth century, when a bereaved family wanted the sins of their lost loved ones absolved and set free…they would get a beggar. Someone willing to eat a piece of bread over a corpse, absorbing the misdeeds of the recently departed and easing the pain of the grieving family. The Sin Eaters are a performance trio carrying on this tradition for modern American culture through competitive eating. Find out more here.