The Brutalist Kitchen Manifesto 

In this sense, Höller’s manifesto for eating and cooking goes way beyond the now ubiquitous notions of “slow food.” It is an eccentric thought experiment that could be read as a stance against a twenty-first-century context in which content and meaning have been baked into a homogenous lasagne. As Höller explains, food is an inherently un-storable medium – its experience cannot be saved on a hard drive. In this sense, cuisine is potentially the ultimate post-digital form of communication.

Source: CARSTEN HÖLLER: The Brutalist Kitchen Manifesto | 032c Workshop