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We’ve Sold the Definition of Food

What happens when the food we consume cannot sustain us?

Photo by Paweł Czerwiński on Unsplash

The hypercapitalistic horror film “Soylent Green” introduced us to the idea of an all-encompassing supplement in place of food. The offering was somehow still diversified enough to make people feel like they had choices. This included one made of people’s bodies in the overpopulated future. Taking a cue from the

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Josephine Maria Yanasak-Leszczynski

Josephine Maria Yanasak-Leszczynski

I am a writer exploring futures and film from my apartment above a noodle shop in Chicago. (Yan-a-sak Less-chin-skee)

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