Eat Me: An Interactive Installation Made from 7,000 Pieces of Candy

Japanese art collective Three creates whimsical sculptures and space-altering installations using everyday materials. Last January the artists staged an interactive installation at Shiseido Egg Gallery titled “Eat Me”, featuring approximately 7,000 pieces of individually wrapped candy in the shape of a house hanging from the ceiling. Visitors were encouraged to eat the candy and discard the colorful wrappers in a designated area within the gallery space. The image of a house being turned into a pile of trash represents the damage from the earthquake and tsunami that hit three’s hometown of Fukushima, Japan.

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