WHITE ZINFANDEL NO.62015

Issue VI: Power

Paranoia, of course, is an occupational hazard for dictators, and that too soon finds its way on to the menu. — Leo Benedictus, The Guardian
<<<<<<< HEAD Food and art share a vocabulary of taste, tasting, and tastemakers, but our thoughts kept climbing to the top of the taste pyramid, where food tasters work to intercept powerful poisons en route to the stomachs of the heads of state. Power distorts, power exalts, and power corrupts, but we’re hoping that the power of art, and the power of food, will push you down some interesting paths. The Work was done at With Projects, Inc.

======= Food and art share a vocabulary of taste, tasting, and tastemakers, but our thoughts kept climbing to the top of the taste pyramid, where food tasters work to intercept powerful poisons en route to the stomachs of the heads of state. Power distorts, power exalts, and power corrupts, but we’re hoping that the power of art, and the power of food, will push you down some interesting paths.Featured at New Grids.

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