Fermented Food Market
Through Dijkspark, by Pis & Water and Mycelium & Bier
17:00 Zuur Salon
The Fermented Talkshow focused on makers. Hosted by Leslie Dronkers.
Art by Zeger Reyers, Kamiel Rongen, Teun Castelein, Jasmin Moeller and Masha Ru
During the fermentation process ingredients are converted or broken down by tiny micro-organisms. These bacteria, fungi and yeasts alter the product's taste, smell and look. Or, for instance, make them easier to digest or extend their expiration date. At the Zuur market you will find the most fanatical fermenters in town. Some even bring their favourite organisms!
Participants are: Lepelboom, Meneer van Beuningen, Thull's, Mama Bakery, Brouwerij de Bierkraai, Myco Brewery, Kefir Workshop, Bar Dronkers, Karel Goudsblom, Butchers Teers and Copperhead Gin, The Beef Chief, Adam's Bissap Wijn and Friet&Mer. Plus many more.
De Zuur Salon
Where can the best wild yeasts be found and which bacteria are you beter off avoiding? Listen to the secrets of the masters at De Zuur Salon, the fermented talkshow that focuses on makers and their processes. The salon will be hosted by zuurcurator Leslie Dronkers.
Pounds of fruit and vegetables are discarded daily, for being the wrong shape or size. That's why CornelissenFreshFood, Lepelboom and Mediamatic join forces to fight the waste together. In the Radijzen-Fest we invite you help us preserve kilos of discarded radishes. You will leave with your own can of delicious pickles. Check out the recipe.
Tours, Pis, Hard Water and Refugees
The new art installations by Kamiel Rongen, Zeger Reyers and Teun Castelein can be viewed all day long. You can also join one of the Dijkspark or Aquaponics tours, learn more about piss, beer and mycelium or have a seat at the Mediamatic terrace.
Sunday 13 September, 12:00 - 18:30
Mediamatic Biotoop, Dijkspark 6, Amsterdam.
See here for directions
Dijkspark - Openings Weekend
This event is part of the Dijkspark - Openings Weekend. Three days of Schimmel Sex Water Art Ei Zaaien Lab. Go here for up to date info on the program of
Friday 11, Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September.