As a designer, Giulia Soldati uses food as a tool to explore the relationship with our bodies. In the modern West, we have created a lot of barriers between our sensory perception and the world around us. With A La Mano, she presents a new culinary experience and language that is closer to our essential sensorial experiences.
Italian Chef Tommaso Buresti grew up in the kitchen of his fathers restaurant. He cooks as long as he can remember, and loved to experiment with food. His background in Industrial Design influenced the way in which he looked at food and experimentation. He approaches cooking as research, a trial of different factors, with a delicious end-product. Previously he cooked at Bird in Rotterdam. With Giulia Soldati, he sets out on a collaboration that not only brings great dishes, but a new culinary vocabulary and choreography as well.
In the Neo-Futurist Dinner series, Mediamatic invites different artists to present their vision for the food of the future. In this way, we question the way in which food, art, science and politics intertwine.
All Neo-Futurist Dinners are vegan. Gluten-free options are available on request. If you have questions or want to inform us about allergies, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neo-Futurist Dinner: a La Mano
Dinner starts at 19:30
Mediamatic, Dijksgracht 6, 1019 BS Amsterdam
Six course menu: Presale €49,- | Students €29,- (excl. 1.10 administration costs)
Surcharge for alcoholic beverage pairing: € 15,-