Nil By Mouth

A year long project exploring the intersection of food, sustainability, art, science and public engagement. The project included a month residency with an organic food producer and a series of workshops and residentials with scientists from the Scottish Government’s Strategic Research programme. Two new works were presented at the Scottish Parliament November 2014; ‘The Museum of Future Food’ and ‘Soilari‘. ‘Public Plate‘ was presented as part of the residency process.
Commission: Creative Scotland / Crichton Carbon Centre

‘The Museum of Future Food’ :
Exhibits from a museum set in the future. The exhibits are accompanied by a museum catalogue and audio.
PDF of MFF Brochure
Audio links describing the exhibits :

For more information on the development of The Museums of the Future Now project see The Museums of the Future Now website

Categories: 2015, Art/Science, Collaboration, Exhibition, Food, Installation, Interactive, Research, Strategy