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ⓘ Cathrine Kramer. Cathrine co-founded the Center for Genomic Gastronomy and CoClimate and has worked extensively with the Science Gallery Dublin as a curator. Sh ..




                                     

ⓘ Cathrine Kramer

Cathrine co-founded the Center for Genomic Gastronomy and CoClimate and has worked extensively with the Science Gallery Dublin as a curator. She is currently an associate professor in Design at the University of Bergen and runs the creative studio the Office of Life + Art.

                                     

1.1. Selected Exhibitions Human+ 2011-2018

Human+ The Future of Our Species was an exhibition that premiered at the Science Gallery, Dublin in 2011. In 2015 it traveled to Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona in Barcelona where Cathrine became lead curator for the expanded exhibition, contributing a new curatorial essay for the catalogue. In 2017 the exhibition traveled to ArtScience Museum in Singapore and in 2018 it was expanded for the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome.

                                     

1.2. Selected Exhibitions EDIBLE Exhibition 2012

EDIBLE: The Taste of Things to Come 2012 was an exhibition curated by the Cathrine Kramer & Zack Denfeld of the Center for Genomic Gastronomy at Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin.

In addition to exhibits, the show included events like curated meals, talks from local and international foodies, and selected recipes. A major component of the exhibition were the feeding times, prepared by the in-gallery kitchen, where visitors got the chance to experience various ingredients and curious tasters such as the vegan ortolan created by the Center for Genomic Gastronomy.

                                     

2. Selected Works

The Cloud Project 2009-2011

The Cloud Project was a modified ice-cream van that presented a series of experiments to make clouds snow ice-cream. Inspired by developments in planetary-scale engineering, it pointed to ambitions surrounding the human desire to control the weather.

Developed in collaboration with Zoe Papadopoulou, its purpose was as a tool for public engagement, performance, and spectacle, with the goal to amaze and inspire people to think critically about their relationship to emerging technologies and weather modification. The van was exhibited in Ireland, the UK and Beijing, China.

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