Dig in! – Family Tour
The population keeps growing – we have more and more people on our planet. Will we have enough food for everyone? In some places right now, people are starving, while in other parts of the world we throw away massive amounts of food daily. How are our relationships between people, animals and the environment? In this exhibition, international artists and designers present visionary ideas and practical solutions for these burning questions. The brochure Family Tour will guide you through the exhibit and suggest ideas for projects like how to build a cool insect radio or a biogas stink bomb. You will also find tips for easy ways of fermenting vegetables and preserving food, without a refrigerator and take a look at rituals that we can celebrate every day. Before you leave, we invite you to share your visions and brilliant ideas for food of the future.
Will we eat insects in the future? Will we plant vegetables on islands? Beehives on our roofs? Will we chew our food or pop proteins and vitamins pills? We look at these and other questions through the visionary ideas of international designers – some ideas have become a reality while others are still in the mind’s eye. This exhibit takes you from ancient wisdom for food preservation, to indoor kitchen farming, to turning to our own bodies for food sources. In the last section, we treat you to a ‘taste it yourself ‘exhibit!
Sun, 21 May 2017, 12 noon
Sun, 25 June 2017, 12 noon
Sat, 15 July 2017, 3 p.m.
Sun, 13 August 2017, 12 noon
Sun, 3 September 2017, 12 noon
More dates to follow in September!