Posted on Mon 11 Jul 2016
Several weeks on and the delicious horizon ahead
The last of the lemons Extract Coffee Workshop
This blog is to mark the end of the Food Residency which was the 15th of July.
Since the wonderful showcase happened and wealth of amazing feedback, I have been lucky enough to conduct a workshop for the coffee super tasters of Extract Coffee Roasters. The workshop was a treat the team as well as a fun exercise in exploring descriptive language about flavour. We had a live musician in house and foods to savour.
The Extract Coffee Workshop:
Testing out the bone conducting gobstoppers
Trying a taste of the harp
Workshop in progress...
Cello feedback #1
- to be served with a wooden spoon
Cello feedback #2
- the image of parquet flooring, waves of music and muslin drapes
Cello feedback #3
A diamond- the idea of excellence
The other day I formally concluded the residency in the At-Bristol Monday morning staff meeting where I took to the stage with the cymbal whilst the room gorges on lemons in time to the music.
Here is also a great article published by Imperica about the project:
The horizon ahead looks very exciting for OPUS and I look forward to sharing it with you.
My utmost thanks to Watershed, Pervasive Media Studio and At-Bristol.
What a fab residency it's been!
Posted on Thu 26 May 2016
The first two weeks of the Food & Tech residency have been full to the brim with really exciting conversations with At-Bristol, the team at Watershed and the Bristol Braillists (to name a few).Here are a few pie...