Small School presents Flavor Tripping with Stefani Bardin
We use all our five senses when we eat, but knowing how they work can up your game when you shop for, prepare, cook, and eat food. In this workshop we’ll learn how our senses engage with food through art, science, sound, and nature—and take your tastebuds on a trip to a totally new dimension.
About the presenter
Stefani Bardin is an artist whose work is split between food and climate change projects and initiatives. Based in New York City, she partners with scientists, chefs, architects, technologists, and designers to investigate the influences of corporate culture and industrial food production on our food system and the environment. Her work has been featured in and commissioned by organizations including Wired, Scientific American, Art21, Forbes, Creative Time, the Bauhaus and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Montreal.
As a professor of food, design, technology, and climate change in NYU’s food studies and interactive telecommunications programs and Parsons School of Design Interactive Design Department, she has worked with the James Beard Foundation, Rethink Food NYC, and Brigaid on projects that developed scalable and actionable design outcomes to uncover and respond to ruptures in the food system.
Small School and the NCMA are partners on this and many other events.
Image: Flavor Tripping by Stefani Bardin