THE ANTHROPOCENE FEAST: COOKING THE LAST DRAGON 12.08.2017, Cesis Livonian Castle Garden, Cesis, Latvia. The Anthropocene Feast connected the past and the future into one imaginary food experiment – cooking the last dragon on the Earth. The event aimed at provoking the visitors to reflect on how has our kitchen has changed due to the Anthropocene… Continue Reading
“Food Utopias and Dystopias” 08.08.2017, @Rucka Artist Residency, Cesis A lecture on “Food Utopias and Dystopias” including such topics as Fake Foodies, Future Junk Food, Future Super-foods, Invasivore Diet and Sexy Foods.
The Anthropocene Feast connected the past and the future into one imaginary food experiment – cooking the last dragon on the Earth.
The Origin is the first set of The Spices of the Anthropocene. This edible intervention lets you have a taste of some million years of history. 0-taste rice crackers are served flavoured with three unique spices: CarbonLost (pulverized, petrified forest, 225 million years), RaptorDust (grounded, pulverized raptor tooth, 94-101 million years old), Xterra (powdered meteorite,… Continue Reading
The Meal-in-a-pill is a three course dinner consisting of three swallowable pills: the starter – energy pill (synthesized caffeine), the main dish – protein pill (insect infused powder) and desert – edible PLA microplastics coated with sweetened cellulose. The concept has taken inspiration from the classic staple of science fiction. The three course meal-in-a-pill was… Continue Reading
Ant(i)Pasti is a unique patė recipe created using the Baltic forest ants as the main ingredient.
“The Anthropocene Cookbook Opening Party” 14.07.2017, part of TAC event cycle 2017, @Rucka Artist Residency, Cesis, Latvia. A presentation of the project and a experimental lecture on “Post-Catastrophe Dishes” including such topics as Anthropocene Specials, Post-Catastrophe dishes, Bug Buffet and Body as a Restaurant. During the talk audience could taste Ant(i) Pasti: ant pate made… Continue Reading
“The Anthropocene Cookbook goes Amazonian” 22.07.2017, LABVERDE Seminar, Manaus, Brazil. Talk by Zane Cerpina about the project and research of future foods in the Amazon rainforest during the LABVERDE (Art Immersion Program in the Amazon).