Heads up foodies, interactive food art lovers and culinary culture vultures; looks like this is one for you (us too!). The wonderfully creative and fascinating peeps at Experimental Food Society have a two-day exhibition at the Truman Brewery coming up this November… and we can’t wait, it wreaks of amazing!
This is the fourth year that this dynamic society have put on what they call their ‘culinary arts event’, we can’t believe that we haven’t been to any pervious happenings from these foodalicious freaks (freaks – in the best possible way) but we are sure set to remedy this quick sharp – as we intend to be first in the line this year!
What to expect at The Truman: Talks from some of London’s most beloved specialists, including: Jelly Mongers aka Bompas & Parr and food futurologist Dr Morgaine Gaye along with other delights such as a breathable tearoom, a wild flower meadow made entirely from sugar, a camera made from edible materials that when cooked form a meal and even bitters infused with moisture scientifically extracted from the walls of the Churchill War Rooms. Indeed! These delights are just some of the remarkable occurrences due to be served up during this exhibition.
This is set to be a sensational event showcasing Britain’s most talented and pioneering gourmet artists.
EXPERIMENTAL FOOD SOCIETY SPECTACULAR 2013 is a ticketed event, so to experience what promises to be some insanely exciting visuals, captivating activities and displays (including the themed banquets: ‘Food & Fragrance’ planned at the Cookbook Cafe), get your tickets quick….
Full listing of the talks below.
Friday 8th November
12-00 – 1.00PM – Richard Harvey and Keivor John, founders of Harvey & John on ‘Living Food Sculptures’.
1:00 – 2:00PM – Odette Toilette on ‘From Medicine in Ice Cream To Indoor Aromatic Gardens: Improving Food in Care Homes’.
2.00 – 3.00PM – Professor Charles Spence (Experimental Psychologist) on ‘Making Food More Multisensory’.
3.00 – 4.00PM – Fernando Laposse (Sugar Designer) on ‘Designs With Sugar’.
4.00 – 5.00PM – Polly Betton, founder of Teatime Production on ‘Getting Started In Food Event Production’.
5.00 – 6.00PM – Meg Morrison, founder of Salon Edesia on ‘A Complete Guide To Setting Up A Restaurant’.
6.00 – 7.00PM – Dr Morgaine Gaye (Food Futurologist) on ‘Food Trends for Spring/Summer 2015’.
Saturday 9th November
11.00AM – 12.00PM – Sam Bompas & Harry Parr, founders of Bompas & Parr on ‘Alcohol in Space’.
12.00 – 01.00PM – Leonie Sooke founder of The Gossip Bowl on ‘Food Rebels & Revolutions’.
2.00 – 3.00PM – Kianna Bahrami & Lulie Biggs, founders of Flavour SenseNation on ‘Flavour SenseNation; A Sensory Journey’.
3.00 – 4.00PM – Tasha Marks, founder of AVM Curiosities on ‘AVM Curiosities; Food, Art, History’.
4.00 – 5.00PM – Petra Barran, founder of Kerb on ‘Making Cities Taste Better’.
5.00 – 6.00PM – Carl Warner (Food Landscape Artist) on ‘Building The Rialto Bridge in Venice Out of Pasta’.
6.00 – 7.00PM – Nick Stanhope (CEO, We Are What We Do) on ‘Chicken Shops: Providing Some Healthy Competition’.
Truman Brewery (Entrance: Shop 14) / 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR
Dates & Times: Friday 8 November (12pm – 7pm) & Saturday 9 November (10am – 7pm)
Ticket Price: £7.70 (click here to get tickets)
Experimental Food Society Spectacular 2013 Banquet at the Cookbook Cafe, Intercontinental London Park Lane is a separate ticketed event Click here for tickets and further info. Tickets approx. £95.40 pp.
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