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Workshop 5: Speculative Design Through Food
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Workshop 5: Speculative Design Through Food

22st September 2014, 2:00pm – 5:00pm

RMIT Design Hub, Pavilion 1, Level 10

Eating keeps us alive, but also necessitates the death of other organisms. In our urbanised living, many of us are removed from the birth and death of the majority of the things we eat. But what if we could design a ‘zero food miles’ system filled with organisms that we could grow and kill ourselves, in our own homes? Join us for a workshop with chef and ex-DERC member Helen Addison-Smith, where we work, think and eat our way through speculative food design. She will lead us through a 3hr workshop through making, sharing and eating food as a way to explore some of the deeper questions that confronts as well as motivate what we do. Be prepared to get your hands dirty, challenge your personal boundaries through intimate eating, and learn from an ‘ethnography of ingestion’ that may offer new ways of thinking and doing! Please bring something alive and also edible to share.

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