A zooming in food until you can not recognize if your salt you’re eating is an iceberg pr some buildings in New York. The photographer artist Caren Alpert
asks herself: “What’s in our food? What’s the difference between a bird’s-eye view of a remote vegetable crop and a microscopic swath
from a pineapple leaf? How distinct is a pile of table salt from miles and miles of icebergs?” Images
taken with electron microscope.