01.04.16
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Taste: A Design Observer Symposium on Design and Food


Agrarian economics. Dry farming. Engineered waste. Vaporized nutrition. Synthetic flavors. Moral food. How are any of these things a function of design?

On the other hand: how could they be anything else?

On February 12, 2016, Design Observer will host a one-day symposium on the relationship between design and food. Held in the Los Angeles Theater Centre in downtown LA, Taste will feature speakers from across the United States and Europe. We’ll consider the visual evolution of artificial flavor; the historical artistry of mid-century menus; the future of permaculture, the promises of packaging, and the challenges of food waste. We’ll look at marketing tactics and distribution platforms; climate change and culinary excess; new economies of scale, old expressions of culture—and everything in between.

We’ll eat, drink, and be merry, while raising critical questions about where this is all heading. And we hope you’ll join us.

Tickets here—and don’t delay: early bird ticketing ends January 12.



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01.14.16
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