Chris Fite-Wassilak explores memory and authenticity through his experiences of two cheeses.

VQR Vassiviere Affinage, 2013. Photo: Chris Fite-Wassilak.

While at Delfina Foundation in 2016 as part of The Politics of Food: Markets and Movements, writer Chris Fite-Wassilak produced an essay that reflected on memory and authenticity through his experiences of two cheeses: Gour Noir an artisanal goats’ cheese produced by Veronique and Christian Arnaud, old anarcho-syndicalist 68ers; and Provel, pasteurized processed cheddar, Swiss and provolone cheese, ideal for sandwiches and pizza-burgers’ a speciality of St Louis, Missouri.

Read the essay: The Tour of the Question: Cheese, Family and Revolution.