Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual & Alon Schwabe) is a duo of spatial practitioners based out of London. It was born to explore the systems that organise the WORLD through FOOD. Using installation, performance, mapping and video, their research-based practice explores the overlapping boundaries between visual arts, architecture and geopolitics. Since 2015, they are working on multiple iterations of the long-term site-specific CLIMAVORE project exploring how to eat as climate changes. In 2016 they opened The Empire Remains Shop, a platform to critically speculate on implications of selling the remains of Empire today. Their first book about the project was published by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City. They have recently been shortlisted for the 2019 Future Generation Art Prize and the Visible Award.
Performative dinner installation
Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual & Alon Schwabe) is a duo of spatial practitioners based out of London with links to Spain and Canada. Since 2015, they are working on multiple iterations of the long-term site-specific CLIMAVORE project that sets out to envision seasons of food production and consumption that react to man-induced climatic events and landscape alterations. On the occasion of Colomboscope 2019, a dining set revolves around a mangrove system, where participants are invited to sit among the tree branches, stilt and knee roots. A CLIMAVORE menu has been developed to reflect on the new man-made seasons we are confronted with in order to speculate on other futures for coastal inhabitation.
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