Review: Gut Gardening

Ewan Davidson reviews Gut Gardening, Food Phreaking:issue 03 from the Center for Genomic Gastronomy, published Oct 2016.  You can order copies here. Ewan Davidson is a blogger and self-identified psychogeographer ( His recent wanderings have taken back into familiar territories, those of ecology, natural metaphors and causality, he first visited as a student thirty years... Continue Reading →

Reviewer needed: Gut Gardening

Issue 3 of the Center for Genomic Gastronomy's Food Phreaking Journal, entitled Gut Gardening, is all about the bacteria in our guts - our own personal microbiomes. This issue explores some of the bacteria that populate the human gut and body. We asked a handful of the world's leading experts to write a few words... Continue Reading →

Imagining the future food system: Center for Genomic Gastronomy at the Rowett Institute for Nutrition and Health

Source: Imagining the future food system: collaborating to advance transdisciplinary knowledge of biotechnology and biodiversity | The Leverhulme Trust The Center for Genomic Gastronomy styles itself as an artists' think-tank.  In taking on a residency with the Rowett Institute for Nutrition and Health the focus will be Food Futures, but the outputs won't be the... Continue Reading →

Check out Strange Weather

The Strange Weather exhibition and project, curated by CoClimate (and a very important looking man from Met Eireann) is on at the Science Gallery in Dublin at the moment.  CoClimate have flipped our obsession with the weather and how it affects us to play with the idea of how we affect the weather...  If you're interested to see... Continue Reading →

Open call STRANGE WEATHER at Science Gallery, Dublin

  Should we adapt to a world of Strange Weather, or attempt to prevent it? How can we model, control and even generate weather? How can we sustain our planet and human culture into the future? “Everyone talks about the weather, but no one does anything about it.” ― Mark Twain Calling all future forecasters,... Continue Reading →

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