HOSTED AT MUTUUS - SEPT 8TH 2018
Dutch Design Team: Martin Butler, Alexander Gershberg in partnership with Het Nieuwe Instituute + Mediamatic
In Roman times, the art of dining incorporated all the known senses to create a total gastronomic experience. In accordance with the ancient experience of dining, the Futurist Movement at the beginning of the 20th century experimented with sensational gastronomy.
Almost 90 years later, Mediamatic in Amsterdam invited Artist and Director Martin Butler and vegan chef Alexander Gershberg to develop a concept for a NEO FUTURIST DINNER, an eating experience whose aim is to re-think the way in which the world of food, art, and science come together, resulting in an unexpected multi-sensory dinner.
The Chromatic Dinner is a monochromatic, audio, visual, olfactory and culinary experience which plays with all the senses.
PARTNER JIM FRIESZ LEADS ALL DESIGNER BAND HOSTED BY GRAY MAGAZINE
Partner Jim Friesz led the all designer Gray Band which premiered at the Vancouver Interior Design Show on September 20th, 2018.
CREATIVE DIRECTION FOR THE HENRY ART MUSEUM ANNUAL GALA
Mutuus Studio was proud to provide the Creative Direction for the Henry Art Museum's biggest fundraising event of the year!
This year we honored the Henry's emerald anniversary and transformed the lower level galleries into an unforgettable experience for over 250 guests.
Our theme is "Black Tie in the Midnight Garden."
zoe | juniper creations exist at the intersection of dance, installation and video technology. They dissolve barriers between art, artist and audience by challenging expectations of perception and making space for empathy and connection. MUTUUS was thrilled to host a pop-up fundraiser in our loading dock to raise funds for their Patreon Membership fund.
DESIGN AND CRAFTING A LIFESTYLE
Mutuus was delighted to co-host with Gather Seattle a dinner event and panel conversation focused on the role that design plays in crafting a lifestyle narrative. From identity, to atmosphere, relationships, and memory, we question how space and objects tell a story around the way we live.
Conversation focused on how spatial relationships, furniture, and homewares all play a role in creating a lifestyle and how minimalism and simplicity in design can provide more opportunity for us to become curators of our environment.
Gather Seattle organizer extraordinaire:
Plant-based meal was prepared by Seattle chef, Liz Pachaud.
Custom made Plates & cups by Natasha Alphonse
Wine by Matthews Winery
Photography by Stevie Rotella