Join us for the opening night of the compost installation made by the Berlin-based collective Tusca7. Drink a glass of Georgian wine while learn about compost, reuse and architecture.
Regardless of whether one considers the digestion happening in the biogas plants, in our stomachs, or everywhere in nature, we depend on invisible microbes capable of converting and releasing the energy that we need to survive. It is about time that we recognize these diligent little creatures and show them our gratitude. That is why we are opening a restaurant for our microscopic co-citizens at Banegaarden in Jernbanebyen; a place where human Copenhageners already are enjoying the work of bacteria and fungi in the form of well-nourished, organic vegetables and fermented foods.
Throughout June, we will provide facilities so that visitors can participate in preparing a microbial feast from their own leftovers. The recipe and additional ingredients are supplied so come around and show your microbes that you care for them by cooking up the perfect compost.