ABOUT

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The Center for Genomic Gastronomy Is an artist-led think tank that examines the biotechnologies and biodiversity of human food systems.

Our mission is:

* to map food controversies
* prototype alternative culinary futures
* & imagine a more just, biodiverse & beautiful food system.

We are dedicated to the advancement of knowledge at the intersection of food, culture, ecology and technology. The Center presents its research through public lectures, research publications, meals and exhibitions. The Center has conducted research and exhibited in England, Germany, India, Ireland, Netherlands, Singapore and the US.

Contact: info@genomicgastronomy.com

High resolution images for print are available here.

HOW TO BOOK THE CENTER: Are you interested in having the Center for Genomic Gastronomy speak at your event, conduct a workshop, or work with you? Please get in touch with us through our email (info@genomicgastronomy.com) and tell us a little about what you have in mind. 

COLLABORATORS & SUPPORTERS

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ZACK DENFELD & CAT KRAMER

In 2010 Zack and Cat launched the Center for Genomic Gastronomy, and continue to lead many of the research projects the Center undertakes.

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EMMA CONLEY

Emma Conley is an artist and designer living in Portland, OR. With a focus on imagined futures, she creates practical and speculative work that aims to solve problems and expand realities.

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HEATHER JULIUS

Heather runs the special snowflake studio and supperclub and has helped develop recipes, conduct research and worked in the kitchen for many projects including the Edible exhibition.

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SCOTT HEIMENDINGER

Hacks food and kitchen hardware under the monicker Seattle Food Geek. He has collaborated with the Center on DA4GA and the Edible exhibition.

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DENISA KERA

Is a philosopher and a professor at the National University of Singapore. She follows and supports science community labs and alternative R&D places (Hackerspaces, FabLabs) across the world with a special focus on DIYbio movements, consumer genomics and various citizen science projects.

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SCIENCE GALLERY, DUBLIN

Science Gallery is an exhibition venue in Dublin, Ireland that brings together artists, scientists and other creatives. They hosted the Edible exhibition. A place where ideas meet and opinions collide.

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SRISHTI COLLEGE OF ART, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY, BANGALORE

Srishti is a college where creative students and faculty can experiment with new modes of learning and making. Students from Srishti have worked on Bangalore Food Lab, Smog Tasting and a Planetary Sculpture Supper Club.

CURRENT & UPCOMING

March 11 - April 19th 2014
VIDA 15.0 Award Show
March 28 & 29, 2014
Future Everything Festival
06-08 DECEMBER, 2012
MutaMorphosis Conference, Prague
07 OCTOBER, 2012
Artist Talk, Article 2012
06 OCTOBER, 2012
ArtMeatFlesh
28 SEPTEMBER, 2012
RECIPES FOR DISASTER
JUNE–DECEMBER 2012
DA4GA exhibition at Naturalis
JUNE–JULY 2012
MK Gallery. England.
09 FEBRUARY - 05 APRIL, 2012
Edible Exhibition, Science Gallery, Dublin