#Unlearning in the 21st Century Economy: Lessons from a Vietnamese Spring Roll

from Marjorie Brans, a guest of a Nowhere Kitchen dinner that served ‘Social Rolls’ inspired by the Vietnamese rice paper rolls. Originally published by the author in 11 January 2017, two years after attending this dinner. A few years ago, I attended a formal business dinner with a surprise: guests were to prepare the meal.…… Continue reading #Unlearning in the 21st Century Economy: Lessons from a Vietnamese Spring Roll

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Sari-Sari. A Home for Cooking and Many Things

Marie Capesius

Photo: Marie Capesius After 5 years of nomadic cooking, various encounters around the world, Nowhere Kitchen finds itself a little homebase in Berlin. A space that one could call home, a beautiful leftover from other cooking serendipities. Welcome home to Sari-Sari! We dedicate it as a salon for diverse cooking stories, theatres and pop-up projects.…… Continue reading Sari-Sari. A Home for Cooking and Many Things

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Recipe from Rehearsal 16.03.2017

Present Pepe, Anna, Ronya, Suzanna, Isabella, Livia, Adrien, Clair, Kotoe, Hiroki, Kyutetsu, Lisa, Denis, Sasha, Luter Summary Dancing with Limits Walking as Entry Point Discussion: Ad Libitum Moving with Scarf Awkwardness The Need for Introduction turned into small performances from everyone challenge: to sustain the flow (avoid dead air) Transition and Entry, practice of restraint…… Continue reading Recipe from Rehearsal 16.03.2017

rehearsals in april

Every Thursday (for at least 5 Thursdays starting this Thursday) I will relive the time when I was dancing in the carpet of our living room (ca. 1989, San Pedro, Philippines). This is where I started to improvise and danced for nobody. You are welcome to join me and explore what I call ‘tada da…… Continue reading rehearsals in april

Leftover

Leftover is perhaps a term we encounter everyday. They have always been there. However, what it refers to has also varied through temporal contexts, cultural habits and semiotic values born out of these habits. Yet we recognize their presence: quiet (sometimes invisible) archives that mark our human choreographies of production and consumption that remain unfinished…… Continue reading Leftover

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