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CJ Wang in London. @guardian 展覽資訊:寄生主義在倫敦Invitation to everyone! Come To My Show.London 2026: recipes for building a food capital.#ROCA #Gallary #London #Parasitic #Urbanism9 February(Opening) – 18 May 201913 February VIPA showcase of creative visions, architectural schemes and live projects from around the world that explore the sustainable integration of food into the urban mix. Article 25 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares that everyone has a right to the basics: food and shelter.  Whilst the UK’s current housing crisis has pushed the shelter issue up the agenda, food is following close behind: how are we going to feed our cities’ exponentially growing populace?Roca’s spring exhibition is set in London in 2026, when the capital’s population will have passed the 10 million mark.  The show imagines how ‘agritecture’ – buildings that can grow food - will have impacted our cityscape, with food being produced at a variety of scales, from domestic hydroponics units to industrialised, automated underground farming, all of which are being trialled in cities around the world now. The exhibition is being curated by circular economy innovation consultancy Department22 who believe that cities need to be doing all they can to play their part in the evolution of a new food system to feed a burgeoning world population.  In this exhibition, the notion of the circular economy (that challenges our current Make, Use, Dispose system), is expanded to look at how we might grow, distribute and re-purpose our food, helping safeguard the long-term survival of humanity while protecting and enhancing the environment and soils upon which our food production depends.
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CJ Wang in London. @guardian 展覽資訊:寄生主義在倫敦 Invitation to everyone! Come To My Show. London 2026: recipes for building a food capital. #ROCA #Gallary #London #Parasitic #Urbanism 9 February(Opening) – 18 May 2019 13 February VIP A showcase of creative visions, architectural schemes and live projects from around the world that explore the sustainable integration of food into the urban mix. Article 25 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares that everyone has a right to the basics: food and shelter. Whilst the UK’s current housing crisis has pushed the shelter issue up the agenda, food is following close behind: how are we going to feed our cities’ exponentially growing populace? Roca’s spring exhibition is set in London in 2026, when the capital’s population will have passed the 10 million mark. The show imagines how ‘agritecture’ – buildings that can grow food - will have impacted our cityscape, with food being produced at a variety of scales, from domestic hydroponics units to industrialised, automated underground farming, all of which are being trialled in cities around the world now. The exhibition is being curated by circular economy innovation consultancy Department22 who believe that cities need to be doing all they can to play their part in the evolution of a new food system to feed a burgeoning world population. In this exhibition, the notion of the circular economy (that challenges our current Make, Use, Dispose system), is expanded to look at how we might grow, distribute and re-purpose our food, helping safeguard the long-term survival of humanity while protecting and enhancing the environment and soils upon which our food production depends.

May 2019
CJ Wang in London. @guardian 展覽資訊:寄生主義在倫敦Invitation to everyone! Come To My Show.London 2026: recipes for building a food capital.#ROCA #Gallary #London #Parasitic #Urbanism9 February(Opening) – 18 May 201913 February VIPA showcase of creative visions, architectural schemes and live projects from around the world that explore the sustainable integration of food into the urban mix. Article 25 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares that everyone has a right to the basics: food and shelter.  Whilst the UK’s current housing crisis has pushed the shelter issue up the agenda, food is following close behind: how are we going to feed our cities’ exponentially growing populace?Roca’s spring exhibition is set in London in 2026, when the capital’s population will have passed the 10 million mark.  The show imagines how ‘agritecture’ – buildings that can grow food - will have impacted our cityscape, with food being produced at a variety of scales, from domestic hydroponics units to industrialised, automated underground farming, all of which are being trialled in cities around the world now. The exhibition is being curated by circular economy innovation consultancy Department22 who believe that cities need to be doing all they can to play their part in the evolution of a new food system to feed a burgeoning world population.  In this exhibition, the notion of the circular economy (that challenges our current Make, Use, Dispose system), is expanded to look at how we might grow, distribute and re-purpose our food, helping safeguard the long-term survival of humanity while protecting and enhancing the environment and soils upon which our food production depends.
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CJ Wang in London. @guardian 展覽資訊:寄生主義在倫敦 Invitation to everyone! Come To My Show. London 2026: recipes for building a food capital. #ROCA #Gallary #London #Parasitic #Urbanism 9 February(Opening) – 18 May 2019 13 February VIP A showcase of creative visions, architectural schemes and live projects from around the world that explore the sustainable integration of food into the urban mix. Article 25 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares that everyone has a right to the basics: food and shelter. Whilst the UK’s current housing crisis has pushed the shelter issue up the agenda, food is following close behind: how are we going to feed our cities’ exponentially growing populace? Roca’s spring exhibition is set in London in 2026, when the capital’s population will have passed the 10 million mark. The show imagines how ‘agritecture’ – buildings that can grow food - will have impacted our cityscape, with food being produced at a variety of scales, from domestic hydroponics units to industrialised, automated underground farming, all of which are being trialled in cities around the world now. The exhibition is being curated by circular economy innovation consultancy Department22 who believe that cities need to be doing all they can to play their part in the evolution of a new food system to feed a burgeoning world population. In this exhibition, the notion of the circular economy (that challenges our current Make, Use, Dispose system), is expanded to look at how we might grow, distribute and re-purpose our food, helping safeguard the long-term survival of humanity while protecting and enhancing the environment and soils upon which our food production depends.

May 2019
CJ Wang in London. @guardian 展覽資訊:寄生主義在倫敦Invitation to everyone! Come To My Show.London 2026: recipes for building a food capital.#ROCA #Gallary #London #Parasitic #Urbanism9 February(Opening) – 18 May 201913 February VIPA showcase of creative visions, architectural schemes and live projects from around the world that explore the sustainable integration of food into the urban mix. Article 25 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares that everyone has a right to the basics: food and shelter.  Whilst the UK’s current housing crisis has pushed the shelter issue up the agenda, food is following close behind: how are we going to feed our cities’ exponentially growing populace?Roca’s spring exhibition is set in London in 2026, when the capital’s population will have passed the 10 million mark.  The show imagines how ‘agritecture’ – buildings that can grow food - will have impacted our cityscape, with food being produced at a variety of scales, from domestic hydroponics units to industrialised, automated underground farming, all of which are being trialled in cities around the world now. The exhibition is being curated by circular economy innovation consultancy Department22 who believe that cities need to be doing all they can to play their part in the evolution of a new food system to feed a burgeoning world population.  In this exhibition, the notion of the circular economy (that challenges our current Make, Use, Dispose system), is expanded to look at how we might grow, distribute and re-purpose our food, helping safeguard the long-term survival of humanity while protecting and enhancing the environment and soils upon which our food production depends.
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CJ Wang in London. @guardian 展覽資訊:寄生主義在倫敦 Invitation to everyone! Come To My Show. London 2026: recipes for building a food capital. #ROCA #Gallary #London #Parasitic #Urbanism 9 February(Opening) – 18 May 2019 13 February VIP A showcase of creative visions, architectural schemes and live projects from around the world that explore the sustainable integration of food into the urban mix. Article 25 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares that everyone has a right to the basics: food and shelter. Whilst the UK’s current housing crisis has pushed the shelter issue up the agenda, food is following close behind: how are we going to feed our cities’ exponentially growing populace? Roca’s spring exhibition is set in London in 2026, when the capital’s population will have passed the 10 million mark. The show imagines how ‘agritecture’ – buildings that can grow food - will have impacted our cityscape, with food being produced at a variety of scales, from domestic hydroponics units to industrialised, automated underground farming, all of which are being trialled in cities around the world now. The exhibition is being curated by circular economy innovation consultancy Department22 who believe that cities need to be doing all they can to play their part in the evolution of a new food system to feed a burgeoning world population. In this exhibition, the notion of the circular economy (that challenges our current Make, Use, Dispose system), is expanded to look at how we might grow, distribute and re-purpose our food, helping safeguard the long-term survival of humanity while protecting and enhancing the environment and soils upon which our food production depends.

May 2019
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