Visual representations of food have become a central thread of social communication on digital media. These representations are not simply literal, displaying what we eat. The also capture who we aspire to be in our social lives, as well as our corporeal being. What do these representations tell our about the location of food in the broader social, economic and political vectors of food systems and social life in a digital age? What can interactions around food on the web inform us about the social nature of the digital and the changing conditions of our bodily sustenance?
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