Archinect - Features 2015-08-04T10:06:38-04:00 EATLACMA Was Vital as Fruit Archinect 2010-11-27T03:43:00-05:00 >2014-09-24T14:35:26-04:00 <img src="" width="514" height="331" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><em>by Bruna Mori</em></p><p>On November 7, dozens of artists, writers, and collectives ceremoniously participated in Let Them Eat LACMA , closing Fallen Fruit&rsquo;s EATLACMA , a yearlong investigation of food, the natural growth cycle, and the social role of art. That day, over 7,000 visitors to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art made their way to scheduled events, intersecting with chewing carolers, belly-listeners, and roving bands that unified the fragmented campus; weaving through fruit-droppers, vocal mimes, and hungry puppets, I had my second look at Fallen Fruit&rsquo;s recuration of the permanent collection and garden structures.</p>