Planetary Sculpture Supper Clubs explore the ways planetary patterns change in response to how and what humans eat.
In the summer of 2013, the Planetary Sculpture Supper Club dished out unusual cuisines and exciting conversations in Portland, Oregon. Topics ranged from the de-extinction debate, to the GMO wheat found in Oregon’s fields, to a national dish for Cascadia. Through a series of three dinner events, this 6-course experimental supper club served up a collection of foods, recipes and stories that pointed to the varied ways that humans sculpt the planet’s biosphere.
Photos by Jake Richardson, Nicole Adsit & Ryan Fish