Artist: GRO SELV // VILLBLOMST ETTRUP BILLE, ROSA JARANOVIC & OLIVIA VIDOVIC // AMALIE & FLORAS MIDDAGE // SOFIE CLAUSON-KAAS
Did you know that seaweed is a flavour enhancer? Come and have your taste buds stimulated, your thirst quenched and your creativity awakened through a culmination of experiences from performance art to a foraging dinner, where we show you why seaweed is one of the most important local foods of the future.
With the help of the fantastic chefs from Amalie & Floras Middage (Amalie & Flora’s Dinners), who always inspire with their tasty long table dinners and unique aesthetic expressions, a delicious lunch and drinks are served with both new and familiar taste experiences, made from seaweed foraged at Roskilde Fjord.
Although many Danish fjords are challenged by higher temperatures and waste from agriculture, Roskilde Fjord is one of the cleanest fjords in Denmark. We will hear more about how this can be from passionate nature guide Sofie Clauson-Kaas, who is part of the Skjoldungernes Land National Park.
Finally, the three performance artists Rosa Jaranovic, Villblomst and Olivia Vidovic from the artist collective Final Planet will help the participants process the many impressions of event in an interactive, meditative performance.
The menu includes food and a seaweed drink.
Allergens: Report any allergens to the staff on the day.
Duration: 90 min.
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FOOD IS NOW IS A TRIBUTE TO FOOD AND THE SEA
The experiential venue Food Is Now lets you explore the potentials and possibilities of food through performances, cooking, and debates. See the experiences here
The world's longest seaweed salad. Oyster meditation and seaweed party.
The conflicting stories of tea unfolded through poetry. A quiz about the astonishing sexual diversity of marine animals.
You can experience all this and much more at Food Is Now - a new experiential venue in the Bazaar area that puts food and the sea at the centre.