What and how will we eat in the future and what will be our future food experience?
EatTech exhibition is bringing designers, chefs, and food scientists together on one culinary-technology evening, where they will present food tech ventures – edible displays that reflect the most innovative trends – ingredients in the foods of tomorrow.
Liron Tzanhani – a designer, creator and curator in culinary arts – will host the evening, with an exhibition that creates a new textural experience and highlights ways to use innovative, protein-rich, plant-based ingredients such as seaweed and chickpea protein.
The event includes
- Culinary Exhibition: Introducing Three Advanced Food Materials from the World of Food Tech
- Small tastings and wine will be served at the exhibition
- Photography: Nimrod Genisher, SIMPLiiGOOD
About the Location
Jerusalem’s Protestant community built Hansen House as a lepers’ hospital in 1887. The building’s planner was the German architect Conrad Schick. KKL-JNF bought the complex in 1950 and continued to use it for its original purpose. The building’s ownership was transferred to the Jerusalem municipality in 2009 for renovation and preservation. In 2014, after years of having been closed to the public, the complex was opened under the management of the Jerusalem Development Authority as a center for design, media, and technology. In its new incarnation, Hansen House conducts a variety of events, including exhibitions, film screenings, master classes, lectures, and advanced creation labs. A research group also works there, together with various technology and design artists such as the Mamuta Art and Research Center, the Jerusalem Film and Television Fund, Toolbox, Erev-Rav Magazine, PICO Makerspace, and the advanced-degree programs of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.
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