Studium invites you to join us as we further learn, reflect, and imagine the future of food. Climavore is a platform and a movement that questions how to eat as humans change the climate. It responds to the new seasons of the climate crisis, such as drought, polluted oceans, wetland disappearance, floods and soil exhaustion that are changing food production and consumption, and the built environment at large. Through a long term project on Isle of Skye, Climavore unpacks ecologically regenerative and socially restorative responses to extractive aquaculture.
• Dani Burrows currently holds the position of Director of Care for Climavore. She is a freelance researcher, curator, and strategic advisor whose work most often revolves around food. In collaboration with various stakeholders, including artists and art institutions, she develops and delivers activities internationally, ranging from exhibitions to dinners around the world. Since 2014, she has led Delfina Foundation’s The Politics of Food programme. She co-edited a book with the same title, published in 2019.