A distant future – who knows how distant – promises an unsolvable lack of “real” food. Fed by pills containing essential aminoacids, vitamins and salts, men and women will console themselves smelling the aroma of bread and wine. This memory will be heartbreaking, probably the right punishment for the carelessness of human beings who are exhausting the planet’s resources. Maybe one day, they will have to look for other planets to live on, and they will bring along the memory of the flavours of wine and bread, wearing them as a precious necklace and smelling them once in a while.
Dima Chaker (France), Karl Yazigi (Lebanon), Giuseppe Sammartino (Italy)