Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Largest-Food-Art-In-Quezon-City-27MZIF3AN24S.htmlConceptually similarLargest Food Art In Quezon CityGP0STOO4OCompleted★★★★★★Largest Food Art In Quezon CityGP0STOO4PCompleted★★★★★★Largest Food Art In Quezon CityGP0STOO4QCompleted★★★★Largest Food Art In Quezon CityGP0STOO4RCompleted★★★★Largest Food Art In Quezon CityGP0STOO4SCompleted★★★★Action at the Department of Agriculture in Quezon CityGP0STOB24Completed★★★★Action at the Department of Agriculture in Quezon CityGP0STOB26Completed★★★★Action at the Department of Agriculture in Quezon CityGP0STOB28Completed★★★★Action at the Department of Agriculture in Quezon CityGP0STOB29Completed★★★★View AllGP0STOO4TLargest Food Art In Quezon CityEnvironmental activists, health advocates, organic consumers and traders and policy makers celebrate Philippine’s rich and diverse agricultural heritage by forming a food art installation made out of 1,700 kilograms of ecologically produced fruits and vegetables at the Quezon City Memorial Circle. The food mandala, Sanskrit word for circle, harmony, balance and unity, also dramatized the call for the agriculture department to promote ecological agriculture instead of risky Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).Locations:Asia-Central Luzon-Metro Manila-Philippines-Quezon City-Southeast AsiaDate:18 Oct, 2014Credit:© Jimmy Domingo / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3600px X 2400pxKeywords:Art installations-Day-Department of Agriculture (DA)-Food-Fruits-Greenpeace members-High angle view-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Outdoors-People-SAGE (campaign title)-Sustainable agriculture-VegetablesShoot:Largest Food Art in The PhilippinesGreenpeace organizes a colourful affair on the heels of World Food Day. The event saw participants creating a giant food Mandala made up of 1,000 kilos of common fruits and vegetables, spread out across 100 square meters of the Quezon Memorial Circle, making it the largest ‘food art’ in the country. Mandala is Sanskrit for circle, denoting ‘wholeness’. The Mandala concept was used to demonstrate how Ecological Agriculture, a farming system that works in harmony with nature and bridges indigenous knowledge systems with developments in modern science and technology has long provided Filipinos with safe, complete and diverse diets.