Handmaking Food Ideals: Crafting the Design of Future Food-Related Technologies

Wernli, M. (Participant)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganizer / committee member

Description

Much technology is designed to help people enact processes faster and more precisely. Yet, these advantages can come at the cost of other, perhaps less tangible, values. In this workshop we aim to articulate values associated with handmade through a co-creative exploration in the food domain. Our objective is to explore the potential of integrating such values into future food-related technologies. In a full day workshop we will: critically reflect on the notion of handmade; engage actively with food—production, plating and consumption—as design material; and conduct collective discussions around the values that these processes and materials can embody when attended to through lenses other than efficiency. By handmaking: touching, smelling, tasting, listening, speaking and enacting choreographies with the materials at hand, we hope to deepen the discussion of the meaning associated with the handmade and bring a richness to ways that designers imagine future food-related technologies.
Period9 Jun 201813 Jun 2018
Event typeWorkshop
LocationHung Hom, Hong Kong

Keywords

  • Food
  • Craft
  • Handmade
  • Futures