Used for creating an art piece and sold as an aesthetic artifact Used for piggy bank by drying special breads and cutting appropriately or molding it into required shape. Used to build prototype structures of rare and historic buildings and displayed in a “Bread Museum”-Buildings Used in research labs to check for bacteria and fungi growth and also post mortem it for quality standards Used as an alterative to sanitary napkins in desperate conditions ( soft breads )
This is all very predictable from the pictures on the first slide, hence I am interested in talking about the rest of the possibilities. We could have an emotional connect with the kind of bread we associate with , by making a short film with the type of bread we buy and name the title of the short as “The day when I and my sandwich bread walked home” Blog it after shooting the bread and creating an animation of the bread people in the art grid will go mad with the description.
Well there is still some room to make it more interesting Think of making a sustainable business of growing fungus on the bread and selling it to biologists. Think about selling bread to cannibals by modifying the bread to look like flesh Think about preserving bread for 6 months by some way to sell it to the Eskimos in the summer so that it lasts for an year or longer
Why waste a loaf of bread , food is invaluable, Millions of people die due to hunger Why be over creative in such things to run creative businesses out of fundamental necessities and waste the resources Invest creativity in right areas perhapsTo me: Bread is to consume not for art or for hobby
Respect bread, eat it or give it to the needy Please don’t do this in the name of creativity