The forth social art experiment of growing deeper connections between people was an incredible evening. A new host emerged.
For this Mycelium Dinner, each guest was asked to bring a meaningful dish and share a personal story. As the guests arrived, the host arranged a MENU according to the food prepared by each guest. See more about Mycelium Dinners here.
*The story shared. (The food prepared)
Female Friendships (Aubergine on Baguette)
The Story of My Father (Mussels with Cheese and Mushroom)
Disconnection (Sausages and Coleslaw)
Self-love and Acceptance (Rice with Spicy Black Beans)
Stories of the Men in My Blended Family (Lentils Bread with Sweet/Spicy Sauce)
The Real-life Cinderella Story - Without the Prince! (Fresh Mango with Garden Mint)
A Social-Art Experiment, Auckland, New Zealand + Global
How natural forest’s underground secrets give rise to deeper human connections. Inspired by the forest root system, Mycelium Dinners grow community through trust and love.
OH! Emerald Hill Art Tours, Openhouse.org, Singapore
While the legacies of colonialism’ “white men” like Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles have been glorified (or vilified) by our popular and political memory, the story of Agnes Joaquim and her botancial achievements have been contested, questioned or mostly simply ignored.
Exhibition at National Museum of Singapore
"It (Singapore) abounds in an endless variety of plants equally interesting to the botanist, the agriculturist and the gardener, with unrivalled facilities and opportunities of disseminating these treasures and exchanging them for others".
WOWhaus and Fort Canning, Singapore Biennale 2016
GastroGeography of Singapore, an art project revolving around the idea of "belonging", explores unique tastes and aromas of the wild flora native to the island of Singapore.
Children’s Season at National Museum of Singapore.
Interactive games to give children the experience of urban foraging. We fight alongside Mother Nature, for Mother Nature.
A social enterprise called Qi GLOBAL with the ambitious mission of "Human Progress in Harmony with Nature".