This summer I’ve been fabricating three new cooking tools for future workshops. The first is a replica of a Greek oven from the 17th century BCE. The small prototype was … Continue reading
A collection of our research finding / gathering will be kept on a Pinterest board.
Food acts as a universal language and in its essence it is about the moment of connection between individuals and disparate elements. In this inquiry, food and the cooking process … Continue reading
DesignInquiry selects a topic to explore at an intensive gathering of presentations, discussions, and workshops. This gathering is an alternative to the one-way delivery of a standard conference: each participant … Continue reading
+ Kim Loken, pursuant to discussion with Sean, Garreth and Matt — Pork Three Ways: Ground Oven Cast Iron Savory Rub Cut: Boston butt Rub: (3 parts) salt (3 … Continue reading
We use the location and participants at the 2013 Design Inquiry as a means to create stations for cooking. The objects or tools made during the week subjected participant’s heirloom … Continue reading
DesignInquiry Station: Pause, Ponder, Play What are the “stations” of our work, interactions, and play? When our networks are not only local but also regional, global, and frequently “virtual,” where is … Continue reading