Cancelled: Who Feeds Delhi — What Does Delhi Eat?
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Together with MOLD and Edible Issues, we explore Delhi’s food identities.
As a global megapolis, roughly 25 million meals are eaten in Delhi everyday. A variety of people including immigrants, refugees, and expats call Delhi home. With such bustling contrasts, how does Delhi’s food identity emerge?
Who Feeds Delhi? is part of a year-long global design research project by MOLD around the question Who Feeds the City? to gather insights on contemporary practices around food production, procurement and preparation that strengthen hyperlocal food ecologies.
Dr. Kurush Dalal is an archaeologist, historian, culinary anthropologist and storyteller. He is the creator and curator of ArchaeoBroma, India’s first symposium on food culture and conducts a nomadic academic course called “Studying Food.”
Revue is a two member team of artist Sreejata Roy and media practitioner Mrityunjay Chatterjee. Using and combining different media, Revue documents the changes in the city and studies how these changes affect peoples’ lives. Revue also explores, adapts and creates spaces for public interactions and collective intellectual and creative practices.
MOLD is a critically-acclaimed print and online magazine about designing the future of food. Through original reporting, MOLD explores how designers can address the coming food crisis by creating products and systems that will help feed 9 billion people by the year 2050.
Edible Issues is a platform to encourage discourse and thought on the Indian food system.
SPACE10 is a research and design lab on a mission to enable a better everyday life for people and planet. SPACE10 explores solutions to some of the major shifts expected to affect people and the planet in the coming decade: from rapid urbanisation and the scarcity of natural resources, to climate change and the most promising avenues of emerging technology. SPACE10 is proudly supported by IKEA and works as their independent research and design lab.
SPACE10 Delhi is a not-for-profit platform open to the public — where diverse talents can meet, share, learn and play.