Data cuisine: exploring food as a means of communication and information expression.
Data cuisine: exploring food as a means of communication and information expression.Thu, Jun 23, 2016-Fri, Jun 24, 2016 All day event
A two-day workshop led by prozessagenten’s Moritz Stefaner & Susanne Jaschko. These two artists will team up with a local chef and together with the workshop participants try to find novel dishes which can represent locally relevant data in a meaningful, intriguing way. The workshop will be open for registration soon, please submit expressions of interest for participation here.
This workshop is being organized in collaboration with the Indexical Design symposium, hosted by Northeastern’s MFA Information Design and Visualization
More information: http://www.northeastern.edu/visualization/events/data-cuisine/
About prozessagenten: process by art & design
Based in Berlin and founded by Dr. Susanne Jaschko, prozessagenten develop processes for specific situations in collaboration with artists and designers. Processes can change given structures and constellations. Processes help us to understand and learn. Processes engage people and challenge their creativity and participation. As art, architecture and design undergo a paradigm shift, they become processual, dynamic, participatory and responsive. This fundamental change from object to process is fueled by the idea of collaboration and a growing awareness of local agency. When art and design open up for human participation, they can become ‘agents.’ They invite participation, create identity, support learning and collaborative action.
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