In this project, I explore “identity and relationships” and, in particular, improve the phenomenon caused by the unequal distribution of food resources. In the experimental part, I explored the possibility of food value and designed the service objects related to daily life to remind people of the importance of cooperation.
In the final design, I will be looking at self-service places, public places, and discussing how people can express themselves, enhance their happiness and balance the more general social concepts they now have.
I want to stop forcing people to sit together and share resources, or to make the public aware of the real needs of each of them.
Therefore, I designed a service system Food Luck based on the Meal Club. This is a way to explore ways to address social inequalities and redefine tools for dialogue.
Once the service flow is implemented, it introduces people to identity, connection, and the difference between identity and self-expression. The menu will provide a space for learning and questioning through unconventional and relaxed dialogue, allowing people to feel a lack of belonging, understanding and confidence.