GhostFood by Miriam Simun
GhostFood explores eating in a future of biodiversity loss brought on by climate change by serving scent-food pairings that are consumed by the public using a wearable device that adapts human physiology to enable taste experiences of unavailable foods. Scents of foods threatened by climate change are paired with foods made from climate change-resilient foodstuffs, to provide the tatste illusions of foods that may soon no longer be available. Actors from Tricklock Company will be part of this interactive performance.
Image: (top) Miriam Simun, from performance of GhostFood