FoodNests in Gwangju Design Biennale 2011

Food nest were featured at Gwangju Design Biennale in 2011

Diane Bisson's Food Nests were featured in the Gwangju Design Biennale from September through the end of October in Gwangju, South Korea. The 4th edition of the Design Biennale had more than 800,000 visitors, and the Food Nest samples are also featured in the 2-volume catalog published by the Biennale event.

See Jelly and Crunchy food nest projects pages for more info

Commissaires Edible : Food as material

Launch of Edible Food as material book at Commissaires in 2009

An official book launch for Edible, Food as material was recently held at Commissaires, in Montreal. Samples resulting from Diane Leclair Bisson work in food exploration research where available for the public to taste. Several images of the book where displayed showing some of the developed materials and objects.  

See the previous for more information on the book itself of visit the Food Material Sample Series project page link below.

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Universal Exposition 2005 : Aichi, Japan

Photo by   Gnsin

Photo by Gnsin

Edible conceptual containers were presented at Aichi in 2005

The work of Diane Bisson has recently been featured at the Aichi Universal Exhibition in Japan where her prototypes for new edible containers were presented.

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RE:Design Daily products for the 21st century

RE:Design exhibition book cover

In 2003, the Toronto Design Exchange invited five designers and architects to contribute work to the Japanese exhibition it hosted: RE DESIGN: Daily products for the 21st century. Commissioned by graphic designer Kenya Hara, the exhibition stirs some reflection on the functionality and aesthetics of everyday objects. Diane Bisson introduces a series of 5 prototypes of edible containers that challenge our everyday habits and gestures surrounding food. The exhibition commemorates the 100th anniversary of the paper company Takeo CO., Ltd in 2000 and the project work is published in the exhibition catalog.

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