As a supplement to the graduate thesis project of Rebecca May Verrill, a timelapse video was constructed to illustrate the community-based nature of viewers taking elements of the project away from the original display, with the intent of placing them back into nature.

“For this project, six-hundred vegetable forms were slipcast from locally sourced clays, filled with heirloom, non-GMO seeds and local soils, unfired, and given back to the community. This social practice piece explores cycles of consumption and food security and aims to bring awareness to the consumer.”