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The Data Cuisine Workshop in June 2016, organized by Dietmar Offenhuber, Design faculty was featured on CityLab in July 2016.

When the first “data cuisine” workshop kicked off in Helsinki in 2012—with dishes such as “Criminal Herring in Fur Coat,” a savory representation of Finland’s crime rates—not many likely expected the movement to last. Yet here it is four years later with its U.S. debut in Boston, in which chefs composed scrumptious snacks riffing on local issues like food sourcing, wealth inequality, and water pollution.

Read the entire story at CityLab.