What and how we eat has to do not only with national cultural imprinting, but also with global power structures and colonialities. Local policies and processes of gentrification also shape the gastronomic landscape of a city and our eating habits. Who is allowed to (co-)cook? Who is invited, and who stays out? Who works in the kitchen, and who sits at the table?
An evening on decolonial theory and practice with Kavita Meelu, hn.lyonga, Celina Baljeet Basra, Daeng Khamlao and Magnus Elias Rosengarten on the 14th of July.