Friday, September 29th
Join us on Friday, September 29th, for a conversation and dinner hosted by the New Yorker's Nicola Twilley, author of Edible Geography and co-host of Gastropod. Eat and drink as we might in 10,000 years, with the world's first veggie hot dogs wrapped in edible skins of mustard and relish, with the best drinks on the planet. Celebrating Danny Hillis' Clock of The Long Now in food and drink.
Be a part of the FUTURE OF FOOD. Space is limited.
Thursday, October 12th
ArtScience invites you to a multi-sensory dining experience, Cena concertante alla maniera di Vivaldi, a food opera developed by composer Ben Houge and designer Jutta Friedrichs in collaboration with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. During this innovative audiogustatory experience, the plate is the stage as guests encounter a customized, real-time soundtrack that's driven by the emergent rhythms of the dining room.
The latest event in Houge’s ongoing food opera project, Cena concertante comprises a new, four-course meal designed by ArtScience Chef de Cuisine, Carolina Curtin, developed in collaboration with the composer, incorporating principles from the emerging field of crossmodal psychology to derive a menu from the bright sonorities, melismatic passagework, and brisk tempos of Antonio Vivaldi’s Piccolo Concerto in C Major, RV 443. This culinary remix highlights the unique timbre of the piccolo while also giving diners a sense of what it’s like to be surrounded by sound as a member of an orchestra.
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