sustainability

Eyebeam's The Counter Kitchen Turns Food Upside-Down and Inside Out
By Lauren Shockey, Wed., Mar. 9 2011 @ 12:16PM

Eyebeam
Kitchen confidential? Never!
Eyebeam, a cool nonprofit celebrating the intersection of art and technology, is hosting a series called The Counter Kitchen, which explores how science and marketing have made food and product labels impossible to decode and will teach participants to reverse-engineer favorite foods.

 

How To Design for the Developing World Without Being a Jerk. ~ Ben Leduc-Mills
(Or, Learning To Make Your Own Pizza)

 

Gastro-Vision: Food and Technology in an Art Lab
November 26th, 2010
by Nicole Caruth

 

Salt is the all-purpose seasoning, so why not the all-purpose pharmaceutical too? Using the drug-laced water supply of San Jose and evaporating out all the water, artists Jon Cohrs and Morgan Levy create All-Salt, an all-purpose medicine for just about anything that ails you, all without having to go see a doctor for a prescription!Salt is the all-purpose seasoning, so why not the all-purpose pharmaceutical too? Using the drug-laced water supply of San Jose and evaporating out all the water, artists Jon Cohrs and Morgan Levy create All-Salt, an all-purpose medicine for just about anything that ails you, all without having to go see a doctor for a prescription!

 

intro Making Medicinal All-Salt
Medicinal salt is a combination of sea salt and pharmaceuticals. Medicinal salt can be made by evaporating saltwater that contains pharmaceuticals from urban wastewater. Medicinal salt has not only a great natural salty taste, but can also address headaches, depression, infections, and a host of other common ailments.

 

Stefani Bardin, Eyebeam Resident, will be giving a public lecture at a talk at Concordia University, Montreal, outlining her current research on food and technology on October 14, 2010. 4 - 6pm.

 
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