How To Eat (Almost) Anything
Since 2016, when Take and dusjagr met in Seoul, for the first time they started the series of HTEAA, as an exploration of food cultures and discussions on fablab movement, bioart and other art & tech initiatives in different cultural contexts. Inspired by (not really) similar online / onsite class such as the fab course on "How to make almost anything", offered by MIT since 2002, and the later bio-sciences related "How to grow (almost) anything" - See Gaudi's participation in HTGAA or the bio-academany website, we thought to do our own (much cheaper) version...
Later editions, such as Tokyo, Shenzhen, Taipei, Yogyakarta and more have been held over the years!
FabLarb Session Chiang Mai - December 2023
Who would do that?
Masato Takemura. Managing FabLab in Hamamatsu-city, Japan since 2014. Has collaboration workshop with local government and school. Teaching soldering, programming, 3D-printing, 3D-modeling.Also helping for setting up a new FabLab in Hamamatsu science museum and Rwanda. He is trying to add a bio experimental facilities in the labs for education.
Developed some agricultural tools because his FabLab is located in agricultural area and have relationship with farmer. Field monitoring system by drone, Auto steering system for tractor, Sampling machine of bacteria on the crops, Weeding robot in the rice field. Together with dusjagr and friends, Take has initiated a series of fab-and-food related experiments under the name HTEAA "How To Eat (Almost) Anything", which has been performed in Seoul, Tokyo, Taipei, Boston, Santiago de Chile, Shenzhen and other parts of the world. As a next project, Now trying to grow mushroom for 2 years but never succeeded….
Marc Dusseiller aka dusjagr - Zürich, Switzerland
Marc Dusseiller aka dusjagr is a nomadic researcher and workshopologist. He is part of the Center for Alternative Coconut Research, co-founder of SGMK, Bitwäscherei Hackerspace Collective and the Hackteria network. Before travelling the world for making DIY / DIWO laboratories for creative biological experimentation with living media, Marc entered the world of DIY electronics, designing printed circuit boards for synthesizers and organizing workshops and festivals mostly in Zürich, Taipei and Yogyakarta. He was the co-organizer of the different editions of HackteriaLab 2010 - 2020 Zürich, Romainmotier, Bangalore, Yogyakarta and Klöntal, Okinawa and collaborated on the organisation of the BioFabbing Convergence, 2017, in Geneva and the Gathering for Open Science Hardware, GOSH! 2016, Geneva & 2018, in Shenzhen. He also loves coconuts.