Berlin Food Art Week is an art event which seeks to unite contemporary art and food and runs between July 7th-14th. The aim of the week is to develop a community which brings positive change to the world, and this edition’s theme is ‘vs. Meat’ – a discussion about the consumerism, production and appropriation of … Read more BFAW 2017 vs. Meat: or How We Can Eat and Live in a Better World
Ultimate foodie-fête Berlin Food Week, held from September 28th to October 4th and centered in Mitte’s Kraftwerk, is a time for all-things-caloric—for food both local and international; for culinary pursuits based in quality and class and artistry; for conversations both pretentious and real-to-the-rib-bone about how to make eating in this city great (and above all–different). September 28th’s opening networking party, Food Night, … Read more Berlin Food Week 2015: Who Knew Cabbage Could Be Sexy?
I always find it interesting how, in Berlin, people experiment with everything. Literally EVERYTHING. And, of course, why not to try something new when it comes to dining? We have so many blog posts about eating the best burger (thanks, Andrew!), the best Mexican style restaurant or even grilled cheese, so why not to have … Read more Dining experiences in Berlin – Blind Dinner at Entretempo Kitchen Gallery
Berlin Food Art Week is kicking off next week, with many exhibitions, performances, dining experiences, workshops and much more! We are profiling some of the artists at BERLIN LOVES YOU, but here’s an overview of where to eat during the event (please be aware some places have limited tickets, better book before!): WHERE TO EAT … Read more Berlin Food Art Week – Where to Eat!
When I first heard about the performance from artists Anne Duk Hee Jordan and Shira Wachsmann for Berlin Food Art Week I was a bit puzzled: a banquet (or feast) with Volksküche (people’s food). Is that art? The food is going to be served on a 6-meter long wooden table in the middle of Senefelderstrasse, … Read more Controversial Art with Anne Duk Hee Jordan and Shira Wachsmann
Since I’m here in Germany, thoughts about the roles of women in THIS society, especially being a foreign woman, frequently occupy my mind. I think it’s always interesting to analyze how people behave in a certain context and also to start noticing a little bit more about how a few people change their behavior once … Read more What kind of art should be made by an Asian woman? Breaking prejudices with artist kate hers RHEE
I think it’s interesting how many people I meet in Berlin, expats in general, who somehow feel more connected to their home countries since living in Germany. “Being here made me go back there, do you know what I mean?”, Colombian artist Tomas Espinosa (who will be participating in the Berlin Food Art Week and reason for … Read more “Being here made me go back there” – Tomas Espinosa, an artist seeking his roots in Berlin
What is identity? Why do we all need to belong to somewhere? Why not just simply be, and establish a new connection wherever we go? These were the questions that confronted me after my meeting with Philippine artist Pepe Dayaw. Pepe is going to take part in the Berlin Food Art Week, which starts on … Read more Nomadic Philosophies with Pepe Dayaw at Berlin Food Art Week
I first got to know Tainá Guedes through researching chefs here in Berlin, for another project of mine. After some googling, one website here another social media there, I soon came to learn that Tainá was actually one of my compatriots, born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil. We set up a meeting at her … Read more In between worlds – Tainá Guedes, a Brazilian chef with a taste for the arts