The Anthropocene Cookbook

Working on a new project together with Norwegian professor and artist Stahl Stenslie "The Anthropocene Cookbook: eating for future survival". 

“The Anthropocene Cookbook” is an artistic research project investigating the future cuisine of humanity. To sustain the soon-to-be 9 billion global population we cannot count on Mother Earth’s resources anymore. The project investigates the most innovative and speculative ideas about new foods within the field of arts, design, science & technology. The project rethinks our eating traditions, challenges food taboos and proposes new recipes for survival in times of dark-ecological catastrophes. This takes form of public food experiments, cooking performances and discussion evenings. The culmination of the project is an Anthropocene Feast in the Cesis Livonian castle where the public will be invited to eat the last dragon on the earth.

Here is the first draft of the project (website in progress): https://anthropocenecookbook.wordpress.com/

360 videos

I've been documenting some of the performances and events with a 360 camera. 
Here are some videos on the EE Journal page: http://eejournal.no/ee360/

Here is a video from the Hybrid Matters Exhibition in Helsinki

"The Adventures of the Man in Gold" has been published.

I took part in the creation of this beautiful book "The Adventures of the Man in Gold" by designing the layout.
Read more online: http://www.editions-hermann.fr/5030-les-aventures-de-l-homme-en-or.html

Richard Shusterman’s trailblazing work in pragmatist philosophy and somaesthetics has been increasingly influential. Not only advocating the critical cultivation of enhanced body consciousness but also deploying it in creative philosophical practice, Shusterman’s bold project finds powerful expression in this bilingual book, which also exemplifies his existential aim of bringing philosophy productively closer to art through its pursuit as an ethical-aesthetic art of living. 

The Adventures of the Man in Gold extends Shusterman’s philosophical experimentation to the realm of literary fiction and is inspired by his practice of performance art in collaboration with the artist Yann Toma, who provides the images for this hybrid text. Shusterman’s most recent books in English are Body Consciousness and Thinking through the Body.