Dinner room
Die Hülle das Thema der Takt –
15 Ereignisse in 7 Teilen
The cover the topic the beat – 15 events in 7 parts. Our five senses help to recognise our environment. Sight is our most dominant sense. How can you use your senses to communicate? How can your senses become communication tools? Not only sight and hearing, but also taste, smell and touch? Since eating is a multi sensorial experience, I chose the dinner to represent my project. Taste, smell, texture, appearance, sound and associations are key stimulus. During dinner the guests’ senses are activated and start to communicate. In a theatre of senses with seven menus guests can experience a sequence of various sensations.Diploma Thesis


Part 2/3 On presentation day a dinner took place with seven courses for ten guests. Every course occupies itself with two or three senses in a defined procedure. Beside the text posters every course was accompanied by different sound, also changes in light were aligned with the menu.


Corresponding parts Dinner test and The dinner
Photography: Ilda Kim, Chris Spatschek
2010


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Menu n°2, n°3, n°4, n°5, n°6, n°7

Menu n°1


Menu n°7, n°6, n°5

Waitress with menu n°4


Waitress with menu n°7


Serving menu n°7


Eating menu n°6

Eating menu n°6
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