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Katie Sanderson

Katie Sanderson

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Part of
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Milan
April 14-19

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Part of
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New York
May 15–18

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Part of
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Eindhoven
Oct 17-25

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Dublin
Nov 20 -
Dec 30

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Kilkenny
Apr 8 -
Jul 3

For the last ten years Katie Sanderson has been creating unique food experiences in spaces that are out of the ordinary: disused warehouses, galleries and a Wicklow rainforest. The common theme is a playfulness with location, with food and the way that it is served and enjoyed. Vegetables are the main feature and Katie likes to evolve recipes from the past and use seaweeds and other sea vegetables as an enhancing ingredient.

In The Hare, a collaboration with artist Fiona Hallinan, Katie created a moving vegetarian café that was structured to easily work within Temple Bar Gallery in Dublin’s historic centre. The Hare went on to be hosted in The Irish Museum of Modern Art and the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris. In the summer of 2014 Katie and her partner Jasper O’Connor converted a boat shed on the water’s edge in Aughrusbeg, Connemara into a restaurant for the summer months, making a journey out to the far West of Ireland part of the experience of the meal.

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Katie Sanderson creëert bijzondere voedselervaringen in buitengewone ruimten: leegstaande opslagplaatsen, galerijen en een kuuroord. Groenten vormen het middelpunt en Katie ontwikkelt graag recepten uit het verleden en gebruikt zeewier en andere zeegroenten als aanvullend ingrediënt.