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Kandinsky On A Plate

July 14, 2014

Paintings and food

Who says art doesn’t impact our day to day world? Wonder about how art; color, movement, and composition impact our food interests? Read this interesting article how food creators and researchers are thinking what to prepare to attract diners. A salad created like ‘s Painting No. 201. “Charles Michel, who is the chef in residence at the Oxford Crossmodal Research Lab and the lead author of the study, tells The Salt he chose Kandinsky’s work for “the specific association of colors and movement. His chef’s mind saw a salad, particularly the mushroom shape in the top left corner, and the experiment took shape.” Click here for the article.

Thank you to Anne Kofler for sending this link.

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