Everyone, our DELVE: Food + Art is next Tuesday, July 22, and it promises to be terrific. If you haven't gotten your ticket yet, do so here. We are very excited that Michael Cirino of a razor, a shiny knife will be joining us to do a performance called Edible Infographics. He will be also be in the lovely company of Stefani Bardin, Emilie Baltz and James Collier!
In the meantime, here is an extensive round up of links and articles we have been sharing over the past month to get you ready for the event:
Here's an update on the Marshall Strawberry project: the first food + art project that Kind Aesthetic worked on with artist Leah Gauthier.
How did Allan Kaprow and Janine Antoni incorporate food into their practice? Read about it here.
A beautiful meditation on the similarities between a relational food art experience and observational painting. via Hyperallergic
Five different chefs can cook together from anywhere in the world with the Collaborative Cooking Project. via Design- Milk
Get inspired by these recipes and food-inspired treasures from some great artists. via Brainpickings.
This Seeds of Disruption Map shows how technology will reshape every step of the food system. Via Food Tech Connect
Top Food Films to Make you think, via Sustainable Food Trust.
Watermelon! It's everywhere and I can't get enough of the summer taste. Love this watermelon salad idea from design*sponge.
For those who know me, they know Ukraine plays a big role in my life and history. If you are downtown, check out the interesting exhibition of work by Taras Shevchenko, Ukraine's 19th C hero, at the Ukrainian Museum. It might be a bit somber but really cool to learn his story.
Afterwards, check out the Greenpointers Summer Market- looks awesome!
This article about the connections between color and odor is super interesting. "...the color of food or drink can influence how it smells and tastes, and how colors can impact odor intensity. Meanwhile, synesthesia studies are looking at people who have these cross-sensory experience accented." via Hyperallergic
Since it's cherry season, here's a great-looking recipe I'm hoping to try this weekend!