June 19th, 2014

Data Cuisine Workshop Barcelona: The results

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The Data Cuisine Workshop Barcelona was fantastic, we had a really great time.

Big thanks to my collaborators Dr. Susanne Jaschko and Sebastian Velilla, thanks to Jose Luis de Vicente and Olga Subiros for bringing us over, and last but not least for our great participants for the crazy dish ideas they came up with!

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Check out the full documentation at data-cuisine.net. (And do get in touch in case you have ideas for other occasions where we could place the workshop — we love exploring this field.)

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May 23rd, 2014

Data Cuisine: Barcelona

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I am ridiculously excited to announce a new edition of data cuisine workshop. This time, it is the Data Cuisine Workshop Barcelona!

The workshop is happening in coordination with CCCB, the Big Bang Data exhibition, and Sónar. For the culinary side of the project, we will collaborate with Sebastian Velilla — a chef who has worked for the Alícia Foundation and is currently involved in the activities of the Torribera Food and Nutrition Campus of the University of Barcelona. And — it’s all happening in two and a half weeks (June 10–13). This. is. Crazy!

In case you are interested — register right now! (I expect things to move very fast, so be quick!)

July 6th, 2012

Data Cuisine

I am happy to announce my most out-there infovis related activity this year: The open data cooking workshop. Organized together with Prozessagenten and Miska Knapek, we will invite 15 participants to explore the data-expressive qualities of food together. Our idea is to cook food with local ingredients that represents local (open) data about the region where the workshop is. If you think about it, there are some many ways food can be used to express data: 2d painting/drawing, 3d sculpture, taste dimensions, texture, all the cultural connotations (potato vs. caviar), preparation processes and variables (e.g. automated oven temperature regulation), presentation, … The possibilities are endless!

Much looking forward. Thanks to pixelache and okfn for making this happen!