Steve Rowell


Perishable:
An Exploration of the Refrigerated Landscape of America
2013


In collaboration with the Center for Land Use Interpretation.

Most of what we eat is perishable—it would melt or decompose if it was not consumed within a few hours or days. The system of climate controlled spaces, mobile and fixed, enables our food to move the great distances between farm, factory, and fridge, in a national system of distribution known as the Cold Chain. 



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