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Artist Deep-Fries Gadgets As A Comment On Consumer Culture

Artist Deep-Fries Gadgets As A Comment On Consumer Culture
Arts & Culture

Popular electronics battered and fried by Brooklyn artist as a criticism of our "fast food" culture that rapidly purchases and discards products.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 4 june 2012

Brooklyn-based artist Henry Hargreaves teamed up with food artist Caitlin Levin to produce a series of deep-fried high-end electronics.

The photo collection is meant as a critique of the wastefulness of consumer culture that often disposes of anything that isn’t cutting-edge and brand new.

See more images in the gallery below.

Henry Hargreaves

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