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Azusa Murakami
Eating Utencil, 2010

Evolution has allowed animals to develop their dental anatomy according to their preferred diet. Humans as omnivores have reduced the use of our teeth with the use of cutlery, leaving us mainly capable of only grinding. This eating implement provides a new typology for cutlery, based on various animal dental parts for different types of food.

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