To Whom It May Concern,

- Round table for curiosities

by Karla Rakuljić
karlara.com/

forcuriosities.com
Did you ever wonder
if something that seems,
isn’t.

When you feel convinced
with the spoken truth,
which isn’t.

When the symbols
lose its curves,
and become something else.

When something
that appears black and white,
isn’t.

A dining experience that is exploring how food can, with its multi-sensorial features, be used as a tool to spark curiosity, be a discursive device for generating ideas and conversations about matters of concern that affect society. The experience is visually black and white, and to see things in that monochromy, symbolically means there is only one possible judgment to be made about the situation. But is the food what it seems to be? What are facts, how much to trust of what is said, and when to look beyond the surface?