If we divide the amount of agricultural land in the world by the number of humans on the earth, every person would receive 2000m². So that is the portion of agricultural land that arithmetically we are entitled to. Everything that feeds us and provides for our needs has to grow on that: wheat for bread, potatoes, cabbage, carrots, also corn and soya as animal feed, and sugar beet for the sugar in our tea and coffee, cotton for T-shirts, sunflowers for edible oil and rape for biodiesel.
The aim of the project is to take a look at these 2000m². By recreating the proportions of the whole world agriculture in this field in Marzahn, we want to put into light problems related to use of land and invite the visitors to think about practical solutions.
Monday September 11, 10:30-11:30, Open Space.
Tuesday September 12, Excursion 4: IGA Campus.