Edible Installation by Fritz Haeg Opens Today at MoMA

Fritz Haeg and Annie Novak of Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Brooklyn have teamed up to create Domestic Integrities, a highly seasonal installation at MoMa. Part outdoor garden and part interior field, the work features medicinals, herbals, edibles, and plants for pollinators–all cultivated earlier this summer–which will be harvested throughout the course of the exhibition.

Photo courtesy of www.fritzhaeg.com

Fritz Haeg and Annie Novak of Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Brooklyn have teamed up to create Domestic Integrities, a highly seasonal installation at MoMa.  Part outdoor garden and part interior field, the work features medicinals, herbals, edibles, and plants for pollinators–all cultivated earlier this summer–which will be harvested throughout the course of the exhibition. 

Members of the public get to participate by testing, performing (think harvesting herbs to infuse a simple syrup) and sharing their ideas about how we want to live.  Click here for a better explanation and here for details on how to get tickets.  The installation runs from today through November 19th.

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