People, technology & lemons: HUMANEATY TV is an experimental show for humans of all ages that gives us a virtual introduction into the EAT TECH KITCHEN. This afternoon, we invite you to be part of the premiere of HUMANEATY TV in a Sunday ceremony that renews your faith in the future.
From their interplanetary kitchen, we meet two futurists chefs that have studied human behavior, consumption and daily rituals. With this information, they develop prescriptions for our modern maladies. Previously on the menu: Screen Addiction, Over Sharing, Bad Connections and more.
On Easter Sunday, these alien cooks will take us on a collective experiment. We will safely practice togetherness through the comfort of our screens, mixing technology and other ingredients – in search of a new online ritual for these strange times.
- Dresscode: silver
- Please bring something edible you like, something you don’t like
- Program in English & approximately 45 minutes
- This program will be recorded & might be publicly used afterwards
- The link to the Zoom meeting: https://zoom.us/j/428150009
- Zoom meeting opens 15:45 & starts 16:00
HUMANEATY TV is a project of Emilie Baltz and Klasien van de Zandschulp, based on their project EAT TECH KITCHEN (winner IDFA Doclab Immersive Non-Fiction 2018 and Sundance New Frontier Lab selection 2019).
EAT TECH KITCHEN offers remedies for a society glued to their devices and rekindles the human spirit through prescriptions for modern maladies. Get treated for “Being Un-Liked”, “Bad Connections”, and more… all by remixing recipes into absurdly delightful collective acts. EAT TECH KITCHEN asks to reconsider the phrase “we are what we eat,”… and our unconscious consumption of technology.
Klasien van de Zandschulp
Klasien van de Zandschulp designs story-based and participatory experiences, blending digital/physical and online/offline interactions. She is fellow at the Institute of Network Cultures (NL, 2020), the Sundance New Frontier Story Lab (USA, 2019) and guest researcher at the Artez Future Makers Insitute – Designing for Precarious Citizens (NL, 2018, 2019). Van de Zandschulp recently won the IDFA Doclab Immersive Non-Fiction award.
Through her work, Emilie Baltz uses food & the senses to create new experiences that foster wonder, curiosity and delight. She is an award-winning author and public speaker with appearances at TEDx, DLD, PSFK Conference, Ignite Conference, Creative Mornings, TODAY Show, NBC, Wall Street Journal, D-CRIT and more. Emilie is based in New York City and works out of the New Lab for emerging technologies. She is a founding member of NEW INC, the first museum led incubator hosted at the New Museum.