Spacefarming – The future of food

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Exhibition | Food | Future concept | Sustainable Design

Next Nature opened the new exhibition ‘Spacefarming: the future of food’ at the Evoluon Eindhoven on Saturday, September 24. This exhibition explores how we can grow our food differently in the future, or even on other planets.

Welcome to the world of the space farmer
The number of people on Earth is growing fast: there will be nearly 10 billion of us by 2050. More food will be needed than we can produce today. Where will this food come from? And how will it be made? A burger made from cultured meat, milk from a robotic cow, or potatoes from space. It may sound far away, but farmers, scientists, entrepreneurs, artists and designers are already developing new foods and innovative ways to turn this into reality. This exhibition takes you to the future of food and agriculture.

Meet the participants
Alice Wong, André Kuipers, Arne Hendriks, Bram de Vos, Charlotte van der Woude, Chloé Rutzerveld & Organism Studios, Dirk-Jan Visser & Gus Drake, Driessens & Verstappen, European Space Agency, Fides Lapidaire, Jeroen Junte, Koen Vanmechelen, LIQUIFER, Laila Snevele, Malu Luecking, Marrit Ko Schakel, Phood Farm, Pleun van Dijk & FRED ERIK, Robuche, Rogier Klomp, SPACE10, Sharp & Sour, Solar Foods, SoylentBlue, Those Vegan Cowboys, Uli Westphal, Wageningen University & Research, Wieger Wamelink.

Exhibition ‘Spacefarming: the future of food’
Evoluon, Eindhoven
From 24 September, 2023

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