TAKE AWAY – DESIGN OF MOBILE EATING CULTURE

HGK Basel | Third term students, Institute for Interior design and Scenography IN3 | 2006

An event in the Museum For Design, Zurich. A spatial culinary performance for the exhibition TAKE AWAY – DESIGN OF MOBILE EATING CULTURE.
An immersive 360° projection produces a narrative space that generates a place of the dialectic discussion about fast food and slow ambience. Comical figures acting in familiar rituals serve six courses of a “DINER EXPERIMENTAL” in which the guests themselves become participants of our ambivalent eating habits.

During the 50 minutes performance the cinematic production transforms the room and its aggregate state: actors, the rhythm of images and motifs follow a surrealistic choreography challenging the perception of our sight and eating habits.

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An event in the Museum For Design, Zurich. A spatial culinary performance for the exhibition TAKE AWAY – DESIGN OF MOBILE EATING CULTURE.
An immersive 360° projection produces a narrative space that generates a place of the dialectic discussion about fast food and slow ambience. Comical figures acting in familiar rituals serve six courses of a “DINER EXPERIMENTAL” in which the guests themselves become participants of our ambivalent eating habits.

During the 50 minutes performance the cinematic production transforms the room and its aggregate state: actors, the rhythm of images and motifs follow a surrealistic choreography challenging the perception of our sight and eating habits.

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Credits

Direction, concept, production
Third term students, Institute for Interior design and Scenography IN3, HGK Basel

Lecturer costumes and stage
Ulrike Schlemm 

Instructor movie direction 
and Production
Marc Tamschick

Assistant
Aaron Elkana

Overall lead and dramaturgy
Prof. Uwe Brückner 

Project management
Prof. Frédéric Dedelley 

Assistant 
Noah Baumgartner

Technical details

360 degree square Projection

18m x 12m, 10 x PAL

Synced 10 Channel Software

Digital Postproduction