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Brief Published: 13 Dec 2011

Cross(x)Species Adventure Club, Melbourne


New York based environmental artist Natalie Jeremijenko and molecular gastronomy chef Mihir Desai have teamed up to deliver a unique series of events aimed at encouraging thought and discussion about environmental issues in radical new ways.

Under the banner of the Cross(x)Species Adventure Club, Jeremijenko and Desai are holding a series of clinics in Melbourne throughout December, such as The X Species Wilderness Adventures For The Palate, which employs art performance, science and modern cuisine to explore the future of food production and highlight the key issues of sustainability and biodiversity.

Other highlights include a travelling three-course edible cocktail degustation in Melbourne Museum, which aims to explore our gastronomic, economic and material interdependency on other creatures; and a five-course meal by dessert expert Pierre Roelofs. He will unravel the unique properties of Australian ecology through modern cuisine techniques and inspired ingredients.

Read about what happened when Stylus joined Cross(x)Species Adventure Club for dinner in New York to learn more about how eating can raise awareness of ecosystems, in addition to lessening the negative effects of the current status quo.

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