You Are What You Eat (at the Strathmore, Anyway)

"You Are What You Eat," on display at Strathmore Mansion, explores the theory with multimedia gusto.

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"You Are What You Eat," on display at Strathmore Mansion, explores the theory with multimedia gusto. Case in point: This larger-than-life breakfast favorite.
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Septuagenarian Citrus
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Nothing like an assortment of chocolate goodies! If you look closely, you’ll notice some of the treats are missing (with some filling residue left behind as evidence), or have been bitten into.
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Pieces of trash used in Daniel Rozin's mechanical mirror were collected straight from the streets of New York.
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This dress is hard as steel. Oh, wait… That’s because it is steel... with some tin cans thrown in for good measure.
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In the mood for tea?
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Talk about a good thing going to waste.
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To think this chocolate éclair bar is made of wood, plaster, and clay. Sigh.
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Mixed-media wall art with hidden messages. No guarantees this won't leave you uncontrollably hungry.
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Playful imagery and graffiti-inspired lettering spell out “Eat, Drink, Glitter, Bonk.” Duly noted.
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For those of you who like your meal on the go. Inspired by the fast food industry.
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This isn't quite the version of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" we remembered....
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"The Recipe Project," a book/CD combo, is a compilation of recipes from notable chefs' recipes paired with hip beats.
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HOT, by artist Peter Anton
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You'll probably spend more time than you'd been expecting in front of this glass mirror. The New York-based artist, Daniel Rozin, incorporates the city into his interactive art pieces.
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Candyland: Not just a game, but also an outfit. The exhibit, "You Are What You Eat," is on display at Strathmore Mansion (5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda) through Saturday, March 17.
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