S72+ is a new collaborative dinner series by studio_lovell, founders of The Common Table, where we gather a variety of people from different disciplines to discuss pivotal issues, in this case, "supply chains".
Water is to India what soil is to Europe, says design researcher Priya Mani. An exploration of the idea that water, or the lack of it, is responsible for the intrinsic taste of foods.
David Matchett grew up on a farm in Armagh in the 1970s then went on to establish himself in the London gastro scene. A story about food, identity and belonging.
Writer, curator and educator John Thackara advocates a new kind of universal foundation course to foster ecological literacy and a whole-systems understanding of the world.
Nataly Restrepo is a strategic food designer who is pioneering new connections between food design and commerce. We talked to her about brand responsibility, active information-sharing and the future of food labelling.
Forget the museum café, having public kitchens in cultural spaces, says educator and curator Sepake Angiama, could shift the power dynamic between institutions and the public that they wish to engage.
Talking to researcher and author Duane Jethro about South African braai culture, heritage-formation, designated tong bearers, settler-colonialism and stereotypes of savagery.
"Local" is often used as a buzzword for sustainable practice but its meaning depends on context. Local for whom? A Berlin conversation between Mary Scherpe and Sinthujan Varatharajah.
Sara Harper and Danielle Schwab on shifting brands and farmers towards regenerative practice, the futility of waiting for legislation, organic greenwashing and the challenge of changing mindsets.