Achmad Fadillah, Ahadi Katera, Arie Syarifuddin, Sari Denisse, Symbat Satybaldieva, Yoyo Yogasmana

Age of Wonderland – DDW 2015

Achmad Fadillah, Ahadi Katera, Arie Syarifuddin, Sari Denisse, Symbat Satybaldieva, Yoyo Yogasmana

Age of Wonderland
Balancing Green and Fair Food 

Designer
Achmad Fadillah, Ahadi Katera, Arie Syarifuddin, Sari Denisse, Symbat Satybaldieva, Yoyo Yogasmana

Location
Baltan Laboratories
Natlab
Kastanjelaan 500
5616 LZ Eindhoven

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About
Age of Wonderland ‘Balancing Green and Fair Food’ co-organised by Hivos and Baltan Laboratories, addresses the complex issues ingrained in our globalised food system by inviting six creatives from across the world to exchange knowledge. During Dutch Design Week, Age of Wonderland becomes a change agent for transcultural thinking and doing. The main hub of Age of wonderland is at Baltan Laboratories, Natlab, Kastanjelaan 500 in Eindhoven.

Presentation
During the Dutch Design week, every day, there are many events, workshops, lectures and presentations which you can join. For more information, reservations and tickets, please visit www.ageofwonderland.nl


Contact
Kastanjelaan 500
5616 LZ Eindhoven
Netherlands
+31 (0)40 29 46 847
info@baltanlaboratories.org
www.ageofwonderland.nl


Guided tours
Dutch spoken guided tours from 12.00 – 12.45 (excluding Monday and Tuesday). 

English spoken guided tours from 14.00 – 14.45 (excluding Monday and Tuesday).
fee € 5, reservations via www.ageofwonderland.nl


Open
Daily 11.00 – 18.00

Programme


Compost

Sat. 17 Oct. 
13.00 – 15.00 – Workshop: Food Fertilizer
How can we use the food we eat to grow healthy food? The Tanzanian based bio-technology start-up Guavay aims to reverse the mindless destruction of fertile soil and produce food-waste fortified organic fertilizer by combining food science and plant science.

15.00 – 16.00 – Lecture: “Back to Nature”
Yoyo Yogasmana explains how we fundamentally understand nature and gives nature a more crucial role within our lives. His talk is closely linked to the concepts of living from the community of Kasepuhan Ciptagelar, Indonesia.


Rice

Sun. 18 Oct.
12.00 – 13.00 – Event: Holy Rice Meal

Grab this opportunity to taste a special rice dish, prepared by Yoyo Yogasmana and Umi Kusumawati from Indonesia. They have imported 160 types of their ‘holy’ rice from the self-sufficient community Kasepuhan Ciptagelar.

13.30 – 14.00 – Presentation: The Origin of Rice from the Story of Sulamjana
The community of Kasepuhun Ciptagelay (Indonesia) believes that “everything you need is already there”. The rice they harvest is only for personal consumption and may not be used for trade purposes. You are invited to join this special rice ritual.

15.00 – 17.00 – Presentation: Food & Nourishment Life-cycle 
We are what we eat. But what is our food? Why do we need a food system? Can we design it? During this presentation participants will take an audiovisual tour through this project about Soil Chomatography of Sari Denisse.


Future Food Seminar

Mon. 19 Oct.
19.00 – 21.30 – Future Food Seminar: From challenging to designing our future food system

The Future Food Seminar will discuss social innovation through “Food systems of the future, from challenge to design”. Speakers include Marcel Beukeboom, Koert van Mensvoort, Nat Muller and Age of Wonderland participants will join the discussion.

Water

Tues. 20 Oct.
10.30 – 12.30 – Presentation/workshop: Re-designing / re-defining the plastic bottle

Perhaps no other object in contemporary society is more abundant than the plastic water bottle. This presentation and workshop by Achmad Fadillah is about a new global system of the reuse of water bottles.

15.00 – 16.00 – Presentation: What’s the name of that lake under Mexico City?
In this presentation, Sari Dennise will share audiovisual materials about the Mexico City lacustrine history and tell about the traditional, productive and sustainable farming method of the “Chinamperos”.


Farming

Wed. 21 Oct.
13.00 – 14.00 – Event: Holy Rice Meal

Grab this opportunity to taste a special rice dish, prepared by Yoyo Yogasmana and Umi Kusumawati from Indonesia. They have imported 160 types of their ‘holy’ rice from the self-sufficient community Kasepuhan Ciptagelar.

13.30 – 17-30 – Workshop: Co-designing infographics
A workshop led by Sari Dennise for designers and illustrators. How can we make alternative models of distribution, logics and methodologies around food consumption visible?

14.30 – 15.30 – Presentation: The Lunar Calender System and Farming Practice at Kasepuhan Ciptagelar
An in-depth discussion and open sharing of knowledge about how star constellations connect with farming culture and practice at Kasepuhan Ciptagelar. Yoyo Yogasmana will explain key moments and rituals connected to farming.

15.00 – 17-00 – Presentation: Smart and Green Recycling
Food waste is flooding the municipal solid waste stream in developing countries. In their struggle to separate food waste from plastics and metals to produce quality organic fertilizer, Katera explains how they could use green ICT.


Clay

Thur. 22 Oct.
13-00 – 16.00 – Workshop: Drawing sessions Imaginary tables

What would the food production system of our dreams and nightmares look like? During this session for illustrators and designers participants use their collective imagination related to food production and consumption and convert them into drawings.

14.00 – 14.30 – Presentation: The story of clay in the village of Jatiwangi  
Arie Syarifuddin’s research is an accumulation of ideas connected to the fertile soil in his hometown in West Java (Indonesia) as a main product for export. The aim of his research in Eindhoven is to develop an edible product that is nutritious and delicious at the same time. By analysing its texture, substance, and nutrition values Arie explores this idea to promote other types of uses for clay. His project is strongly related to his hometown Jatiwangi from which its economy and culture was influenced on the clay production.

15.00 – 16.30 – Pop-up Lab: Clay = Food?
Artist and scientist Mashu Ru researches the phenomenon of eating earth-based substances. Together with Arie Syarfuddin she will present and taste various samples of clayfood, possibly sourced from the soils of Eindhoven.


Plastic

Fri. 23 Oct.
14.00 – 16.00 – Workshop: Bottle Brick Design

Can we redesign the omnipresent water bottle in such a way that people will stop dumping their plastic waste in the environment? The workshop led by Achmad Fadillah is about the design of such a bottle, and its integration into a global system of the reuse water bottles.

17.00 – 18.30 – Pop-up lab: TOI Dinner Hack @ Garden Mania
The contemporary meaning of TOI, a cultural tradition of eating together in Central Asia is the key subject of the TOI dinner hack. A Toi is a grand dinner feast common in Central Asia. Artist and researcher Symbat Satybaldieva from Kyrgyzstan investigates how expenses, food waste, and the vicious circles of giving and taking can be hacked into more sustainable approaches.


Abundance

Sat. 24 Oct.
13.00 – 14.00 – Event: Holy Rice Meal

Grab this opportunity to taste a special rice dish, prepared by Yoyo Yogasmana and Umi Kusumawati from Indonesia. They have imported 160 types of their ‘holy’ rice from the self-sufficient community Kasepuhan Ciptagelar.

14.00 – 15.00 – Presentation: Feast of Food
Zooming in to the different cultural connotations and economic values between East and West, Symbat Satybaldieva explores the evolving landscape of large feast ceremonies throughout history.

15.30 – 16.30 – Presentation and discussion: Culinary Culture and tradition of the village Kasepuhan Ciptagelar
Yoyo Yogasmana lives in the village of Kasepuhan Ciptagelar. They will enlighten you with various kinds of culinary traditions and rituals from their community and compare them with similar customs in other societies.


Resilience

Sun. 25 Oct.
13.00 – 14.00 – Event: Holy Rice Meal

Grab this opportunity to taste a special rice dish, prepared by Yoyo Yogasmana and Umi Kusumawati from Indonesia. They have imported 160 types of their ‘holy’ rice from the self-sufficient community Kasepuhan Ciptagelar.

14.00 – 15.00 – Presentation: Turning our traditional wasteful ways into worth for the future
Waste is wealth, waste has worth, but only if we start paying attention and see its value. Ahadi Katera and Marnix ten Holland (Green department Hivos) discuss Dar es Salaam as an iconic city, with the potential to change waste into value for the future. 

15.30 – 18.00 – Event: Age of Wonderland Finissage Nomadic Food Tasting
Your last opportunity to meet the participants of the Age of Wonderland programme. Symbat Satybaldieva prepares special freshly prepared dishes, to taste and learn about the rich variety of cooking methods of the nomadic culture of the Kyrgyz people.

 

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