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Marije Vogelzang

In the Food for Love
Posted by Gestalten—11/2008

Marije Vogelzang is not a food designer. She is a Dutch product designer who graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven and chose to use food as her main material because of her love for it. Her work is featured in Gestalten's new book crEATe.: Eating, Design and Future Food and she has also just published her first monograph Eat Love which speaks volumes. She is the foundress of Proef, a food-design laboratory and "eating places that started out as food design studios" in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Be it the re-design and re-thinking of a typical Dutch funeral ceremony, a Christmas dinner or playful ways of making children eat vegetables voluntarily(!), all of her ideas and creations are characterised by a lively and wholehearted approach that reexamines the way we eat and think about food. In Gestalten.tv's latest podcast, she gives us a tasty morsel of her philosophy that will surely make you want seconds and thirds

Credits:

A production by Gestalten Script Editor: Ole Wagner Camera: Patrick Protz (Berlin) Paul Teverini (London) Editor: Andrea Cadorin Producer: Markus Hollmann-Loges Location: London and Berlin Music: Flying Things by Slepcy Copyright 2008 Die Gestalten Verlag GmbH und Co. KG

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