The Kitchenette of Future Dust

The Kitchenette of Future Dust, 2019

創意統籌|反覆分心 辛怡澄

Artist|Shandi YC Hsin

2019 Interactivos’19: Eating Against Collapse,西班牙馬德里普拉多媒體實驗中心

2019 Interactivos’19: Eating Against Collapse, MediaLab – Prado Madrid, Spain 

攝影|Sofía Victoria Rodrigo
西語版手冊設計|Eliana Urrego
中文版手冊設計|反覆分心 Placebo Studio
計畫協作者|Eliana Urrego, Lorena Bohorquez, Sofía Victoria Rodrigo, Kaajal Modi, Maria Suaréz

Photography|Sofía Victoria Rodrigo
Manual Design Spanish ver.|Eliana Urrego
Manual Design Mandarin ver.|Placebo Studio
Collaborators|Eliana Urrego, Lorena Bohorquez, Sofía Victoria Rodrigo, Kaajal Modi, Maria Suaréz


As the dining and food culture is the reflection of regions, from weather to geographic location, and the life values to the social atmosphere, they all show on the meals you put on dinner plates. The notion of the project is to design and create a powdery food system by applying the dehydrated technique to deform the nutritious kitchen waste, such as shrimp shells and fruit peels, into food powder.

By creating and developing a powdery food system, it provides an option to individuals from different cultural background to deform the almost-expired food into the materials for tomorrow’s dinner in their own kitchen, using the imagination to creatively reform the food appearance and arrange the taste of combinations by surprise. The powdery form itself is flexible as a type of creative materials for cooking, inspires individuals from various cultural backgrounds to reevaluate the current methodology of dining and eating, in order to develop an innovative way of eating for the future generation.

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