Anaïs Hazo,

a transdisciplinary artist and researcher working with life, food, taste, images, design, nature, anthropology, language and philosophy —but, like, in a simple way.


Hello
Communities
Multi-dimensional

Nourishment
Photography
Fingertips
Moving
Poetry
Prints

Style


Mark

Communities:

diverse, curious, sharing and learning altogether.







Fermentation workshops series,
Here some images of a lactofermentation workshop at Matis Lab, a kids’ tasting and drawing workshop about friendly bacteria and a cultured butter workshop organized with and the Alliance Française in Reykjavik and the Cultural department of the French Embassy in Iceland, 2019 / Ongoing


Teaching fermentation means teaching about transformation and culture. It is a way to reskill people and to talk about agency. Through this practice, I am advocating for an artful life and bringing hands-on experiences to a great varieties of local communities, in a cultural and safe context.

The fermentation worksop series is a community work. It comes with images, drawings, prints and food, of course.











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Fermentation collaboration,
Workshop series about fermentation and language, in collaboration with Miriam Karraker and Julka Almquist for Field Experience, Minneapolis, MN, 2019


Two days of community workshops to try, cook, write.






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Always the World,
Community tasting, Sottochiesa, 2019


The whole process of the Always the World project was based on community and circular economy. The tasting that took place in the village was a striking illustration of how honnest food creates and tightens bonds.





Mark