Based on the "Ephesus Artemis" on view in the Vatican Museum, the Artemis Dress is fecund with honeybuns, suggesting a goddess not of fertility but of fertilizers.

The Dog Dress serves as a physical manifestation of a film transition from pre-Raphaelite goddess in landscape to traditional (now tourist-oriented) sled-dog transit.

We reconsider food-products as culture and explore their relationship to notions of home, place, global flows of food resources, pollution, and how food has become severed from its origin via corporatized production and alteration.