"a distribution network more akin to gas or electricity"

Art Vicken Parsons and Antony Gormley talk about making their seminal installation, Bed:
"I used Mother's Pride because it was a food furthest from the field, part of a distribution network more akin to gas or electricity. It had nothing to do with mothers and very little to do with pride. Each slice was exactly 6mm thick and I cut it with a marquetry saw before deciding this was ridiculous, and that I should be using my teeth."
Now, I'm off to make some toast.

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