24th Biennial of Design
Ljubljana, Slovenia
18. 9.—7. 12. 2014
3, 2, 1 ... Test
#Knowing Food
Photo: Ana Kovač/MAO Photo: Ana Kovač/MAO
Photo: Ana Kovač/MAO

Milk has become complex. Slovenian Milk Interfaces 1964-2014 is a visual essay dedicated to the preservation, packaging and presentation of milk in Slovenia during the last 50 years. By focusing on interfaces that range from UHT (Ultra-high temperature processing) and pasteurized milk packages to the Mlekomat, Slovenia’s raw milk vending machine system, this timeline shows how advances in technology and choices in representation reflect the increasingly complex design of a product, but also of the relationship between its producers and consumers.

Project by Fabrico Próprio (Frederico Duarte, Pedro Ferreira, Rita João)