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mercredi 26 octobre 2011

save your food from the refrigerator




I don't usually talk about design and design related projects but this is really special. Jihyun Ryou's project focuses on alternative food preservation techniques using ancient/traditional knowledge and adapting it to todays needs.  She states that people don't observe food anymore nowadays, that in a sense they don't know the food they have in their fridges anymore. (see an exerpt from her theory below)
 I totally agree and I can so imagine this in my kitchen.




"Through the research into the current situation of food preservation, I’ve learned that we hand over the responsibility of taking care of food to the technology, the refrigerator. We don’t observe the food any more and we don’t understand how to treat it.


Therefore my design looks at re-introducing and re-evaluating traditional oral knowledge of food, which is closer to nature. Furthermore, it aims to bring back the connection between different levels of living beings, we as human beings and food ingredients as other living beings.

Through the objects of everyday life, design can introduce traditional oral knowledge into people’s lives through their experience of using it. Objects make invisible knowledge evident."

Taken from jihyun ryou's website http://www.savefoodfromthefridge.com/ ( 2009, shaping traditional oral knowledge-save food from the fridge)


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