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There's a whole lot of food for thought at a new art exhibition in New York City.The multimedia exhibition opened last week at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, which has a long history of addressing important issues of the day through the arts, programming and community dialogue.The exhibit features 30 artists whose works are installed in the cathedral's seven chapels and 14 bays. Some of the artists are environmentalists."Temptation" by the Los Angeles collective Falling Fruit – comprised of artists David Burns and Austin Young – looks at the allegory of the Garden of Eden, a place of abundance where, Burns said, "you would never do without".Their triptych, occupying three cathedral bays, includes Adam and Eve's expulsion from the garden.Burns and Young, who have mapped fruit trees on public property in urban areas worldwide, planted seven apple trees in the church's garden.
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