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Food Futures: Using Art, Design, Biology + Technology to Restore our Damaged Food System

EVENT

Food Futures: Using Art, Design, Biology + Technology to Restore our Damaged Food System

May 23, 2018 - 6:00pm
Brooklyn

Eyebeam, A local organization in the Electronic Frontier Alliance (not EFF) will host this event:

What:

Food Futures: Using Art , Design, Biology + Technology to Restore our Damaged Food System (and maybe the planet, too):

Super storms, drought, abundant chemical and fertilizer overuse, ozone depletion, fossil fuel exploitation and a host of bad decisions have contributed to the myriad causes of Climate Change and the collateral negative impacts on our Food System.  

Hosted by Eyebeam alum, Stefani Bardin, this event introduces projects from artists and designers affiliated with the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) + Food Studies Program at NYU who are exploring creative intersections of food and emerging technology in clever and beautiful ways. Bardin’s students will be doing quick presentations on their research along with food demos.

Stefani Bardin is an artist exploring the influences of corporate culture and industrial food production on our food system and the environment. She works with neuroscientists, biologists, physicists and gastroenterologists to ground her research in the scientific world.  She teaches in both the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) + Graduate Food Studies Program at NYU.

When:

May 23
6 PM - 8 PM

RSVP here

Where: 

Eyebeam
199 Cook Street

Brooklyn, NY 11206

This event is organized not by EFF, but by a grassroots coalition participating in the Electronic Frontier Alliance. If you are working with an organization, student club, or hacker space promoting digital rights in your community, we invite you to consider joining the Alliance to seek support from the network while raising your voice.

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