lactose in a hungry world

lactose #1 (milk planet), 2015

REAL SIZE: 0.06 x 0.09 in

print: 46 x 69 / 23 x 35 / 12 x 17 in

simmetry in blue

milk planet

breast milk

evolution

mammal

hungry

human

world

milk

life

child

mother

newborn

malnutrition

right to food

human rigths

molecular biology

biotechnology

biochemistry

lactose #2 (breast milk 1), 2015

REAL SIZE: 0.23 x 0.35 in

print: 46 x 69 in / 23 x 35 in

lactose #3 (breast milk 2), 2015

REAL SIZE: 0.23 x 0.35 in

print: 46 x 69 in / 23 x 35 in

lactose in a hungry world

Human, mammal, breast milk, lactose: four inseparable concepts that, in a certain way, define our taxon as living organisms and as an evolutionary cosmical anecdote.

 

The unexpected spatial distribution of this molecule, which adopts suggestive spherical shapes, has connotations of its

role in the feeding of children in our blue planet.

 

Worlds of lactose for a hungry world, for millions of children who are denied access to this form of nutrition. Breast milk and child nutrition, universal rights for all

children of Earth.

Spheres of milk, with conical protuberances suggesting the breasts of mothers. Sources of nutrition for newborns, making life possible in the most vulnerable stage of a human baby's life.

Not, to a planet with hunger.

 

 

Antonio Romero

milk planet,

breast milk,

evolution,

mammal,

hungry,

human,

world,

milk,

life,

child,

mother,

newborn,

malnutrition,

right to food,

human rigths,

dietary supplements,

lactose intolerance,

molecular biology,

biotechnology,

biochemistry,

food science,

nutrition,

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