The Anthropocene Cookbook is a project by artists Zane Cerpina and Stahl Stenslie. Have any questions about the project, or want to contribute a recipe for the Anthropocene Cookbook? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Zane Cerpina (Norway/Latvia) is Oslo based artist, designer and curator working within experimental new media arts. Zane works at PNEK (pnek.org), TEKS (teks.no) and EE Magazine (eejournal.no). She has lectured and presented her works at: ISEA (CA 2015, HK 2016, BR 2017), STRAND (Serbia 2016), LABVERDE (Brazil 2017), UK, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway, Netherlands etc. She is the curator of The Dangerous Futures Conference (2018-), Oslo Flaneur Festival (2016), The Anthropocene Cookbook event series (2016 -) and The Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art. www.bezane.net
Stahl Stenslie (Norway) works as an artist, curator and researcher in experimental media art, interactive experiences and disruptive technologies. His artworks challenge ordinary ways of perceiving the world. Through his practice he asks the questions we tend to avoid – or where the answers lie in the shadows of existence. Currently he works as the Head of Research and Development Department at Arts for Young Audiences Norway. He is the editor of the upcoming publication Electronic Art in Norway (2018) and co-curator of Temporary Library of Norwegian Media Art (2018). www.stenslie.net
To read about our adventures around the world doing
food experiments in the kitchen, visit the Anthropocene Kitchen –
Composing your Future Meal.