Chisel Fork

Florian Clemens Meier


The fork is made of hardened steel and wood, using a woodworking chisel collected from the artist’s grandparents basement in Germany.

This piece is part of the Tools For The End Time, which questions food culture, food security, sustainability of food production and food as a luxurious commodity in western societies. Tool is a word that can be used in a theoretical as well as a physical context. In this case it refers to both. We are headed towards an apocalypse and one of the most important questions in an apocalypse is: what will you eat next? Humans will have to adapt, invent new tools and reintroduce old ones for their survival.

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Techniques used: collecting, reshaping

Working time: 4 hours

Dimensions: 20 x 4 x 2 cm