Monthly Archives: December 2007

Arabeschi di Latte

Diagram of nocturnal picnic project in Florence. “Arabeschi di Latte is a creative group founded in 2001. The group purpose is to experiment with new design concept. It focuses on food fascination and power of food to create situations and … Continue reading

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Couscous and social conscience

Food may not be the answer to all of the world’s problems but thinking about food may be part of the answer and it certainly is a necessary point of departure. A new  French film called “La Graine et le … Continue reading

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Gnam in Parma – Modern art meets gastronomy

Gnam means yum in Italian and this is the name of a fantastic modern art exhibit in Parma, Italy. Unfortunately, these are the last weeks of this show, but if you are in the area it is well worth checking … Continue reading

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The Art of the American Snapshot

It was a treat to attend the American Anthropological Association meeting in DC this year. I always feel so much better after meeting with my tribe (other anthropologists). This year it was particularly welcome because I am not working in … Continue reading

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