G30 – To taste
Guest editor: Liliana Morais
The consumption of food and drink is one of the key elements in any culture. This issue will feature stories about:
- Making objects for eating and drinking; tableware
- Original recipes
- Vessels for storing food
- Ceremonies and rituals of consumption
- Furniture to support eating and drinking, including tables
We will consider the value that handmade adds to the shared experience of eating and drinking.
This issue will be published 1 March 2023. You can find guidelines for submitting a story here. Proposals are due by 31 December 2022. The deadline for stories is 1 February 2023. Please let us know in advance of your idea here. If you’d like to be a pathfinder and share the development of this issue, please send an email
You can also submit work to the Taste-Makers online exhibition. See details here and form here. Submissions are due 1 February.
Related previous stories
Victor Meertens: Off Cuts - Gregory Pryor reflects on the career of a sculptor whose drive to dissect the world takes surprising forms, including breadmaking and musical performance. Oceans in a tea cup - Alma Studholme admires the work of Jayanto Tan and reflects on her own work that bridges migration with the warmth of a teacup. Why you should drink saké hot - Masahiro and Yumi Takahashi present their projects Sakenet and Dear Plastic that export a hightenned Japanese sensibility to the other side of the world. Ollas de barro y mezcal - El padre de Lázaro Monjaraz caminaría dos días a pie desde el remoto pueblo de Yutanduchi de Guerrero, sobre áridas colinas cargadas de palmeras, a través de ríos, picos arbóreos de casi 3000 metros y finalmente al valle central de Oaxaca hasta el pueblo de Atzompa, donde compraría las nuevas vasijas de barro que necesitaba para destilar el mezcal. Lively hood - Patrick Jones describes the myth, arts and ferments that both “claim” and nourish the performance collective, Artist as Family.