Nowhere Kitchen has been cooking with what is there making art out of it and catering to social needs.
leftover cooking in your own private house or garden
Based on the humble beginnings of Nowhere Kitchen, experiencing it in one’s own private house is an intimate, economic and ecologic way of gathering and learning together.
The Nowhere Kitchen experience is suitable for an intimate evening with friends, for families, co-living situations who want to cook and learn together, a supperclub in your house, a game of meeting friends and strangers, a seasonal kitchen cleaning overhaul, or a romantic dinner: an occasion to turn cooking into a trans-disciplinary and multidimensional learning experience.
leftover cooking as a fluid content in any given space
Guests can bring their leftovers or you arrange provisions from the season’s harvest, be it from a local farm or from the surplus of the overproducing supermarket. Nowhere Kitchen leads the cooking of the yields into an ambient cooking show, an eating event and more.
Nowhere Kitchen is the fluid thing that becomes your space. For ten years, Nowhere Kitchen has been created for a plethora of different contexts both indoor or outdoor: birthdays, product or project launches, collective gatherings, despedidas, team building retreats; curated big events (i.e. museums), conferences, street performance, public or urban space interventions, film shoots, orchestra or batucada gatherings, as a performance in dance, music or art festivals.
Participants can bring their leftovers or you arrange provisions from the season’s harvest, be it from a local farm or from the surplus of the overproducing supermarket. Pepe choreographs an open kitchen space that becomes a site for cooking and exchanging together. Due to the size of the event, it is in itself an intervention in any space it occupies.
Photos: (from top) 1 Giulia de Balzi 2 Wilson Santinelli 3 Bruno Granja 4 La Cosa en Casa 5 Todd Lester, 4 Agora Collective, 5 Rumi Kubokawa, 6 Andi Weiland, 7 Jake Wilson (brochure)