By Bittertang (Antonio Torres And Michael Loverich)
We imagine a future where the vast and deep expanses of the ocean will teem with overabundant floating gelatinous reefs. Humans will be nourished physically and aesthetically be encouraging new floating worlds of reefs that sustain large quantities of harvestable wild and captive fish. Farming in this project is not viewed as a monoculture but the creation of a new ecology where wild and captive wildlife are ’raised’ and their aesthetic potential is enjoyed by future divers and fisherman.
From Bittertang, Antonio Torres currently tastes new flavors and Michael Loverich explores frothiness in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
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alvinreforma · Jan 11, 19 9:10 amIt's hard to come by well-informed people in this particular topic, but you sound like you know what you're talking about! Thanks.
jonathoncoleman · Feb 19, 19 11:05 amOur world will be a beautiful place if people just learn how to be sensitive enough to other creatures - this includes taking care of our ocean and everything in it.
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