We all know what bacterial fermentation is, or at least we have experienced its effects when we drink tea or coffee, and when we eat bread or pickles. Fermentation is a process in which food transforms into longer-lasting, more nutritious, and even tastier dishes. Fermentation as a diet; as a lifestyle; as a metaphor; as an inspiration. The combination of all these, embedded in our everyday lives, is called social fermentation. And as in fermentation itself, this definition is in a constant transformation process.
Join Super Eclectic’s co-founder Aga Pokrywka in a conversation with artists, chefs, activists, researchers, and hackers to discuss living inter-connectivities: from macro to micro, and from societal to cellular.
Ferment Radio is produced by Super Eclectic, and supported by Taike: Arts promotion Centre Finland.