How will our edible futures look like? Let’s scan the possibilities. We look at how it can play out, in relation to our communities, shared spaces and what it boils down to, on our plates. A talk on our 21st century (hunter and) gathering communities, with discussions and multi-disciplinary insights pooled in from diverse stakeholders about the morphologies of our favourite foods.
These lecture is free but please register your attendance the Tickets Available (peatix.com) link above.
Michelle Lai Jingmin, is an agro and food enthusiast, interested in issues related to the local food system. She is also interested in ex-ploring community-driven innovation: via farmers markets, commu-nity-centred workshops, and pop up food system interventions.
[Part of Survey: Space, Sharing, Haunting, curated by Post-Museum]