We take a deep dive in our love and curiosity for food with the artist Samah Hijawi and her on-going project Kitchen.Table., a research on the movement of food-making practices through trade and migration. In her performative dinner, she begins with the story of the herbs in the eastern mediterranean herb mixture Za’atar, and the three plants needed to make it: sesame, oregano and sumac. Taking these as a starting point Samah’s performances weave the stories of people, planets and landscapes that can be traced by following the life-lines of plants. Together we sit at the dinner table for a meal of ancient and contemporary recipes inspired by these plants, offering us a deeper reflection on the politics of the food on our tables.
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