Edible Reflections
Originally created for the Swedish Exhibition Agency, Edible Reflections is an interactive installation in which two strangers learn about each other and also themselves. Participants listen to an audio recording while staring into a mirror with a smile-shaped hole cut out of it. Through this hole, the participants interact with various types of food and see both themselves and the other person. During the 20-minute interaction, the audio recording takes them on an almost therapeutic journey of self-reflection, acceptance, and enjoyment that allows them to connect with the person on the other side of the table.
Marije Vogelzang
Marije Vogelzang is a pioneer in the field of eating design. She works on restaurant concepts and medical projects for hospitals and does extensive work for the food industry. She also designs art installations and has curated several well-received exhibitions about eating and design. Recently she became head of a new program at the Design Academy Eindhoven called FOOD NON FOOD and does guest lectures and workshops at other design and culinary schools. In 2016 she launched the Dutch Institute of Food & Design.

Vogelzang gives lectures around the world about her work and vision. In 2015 she was named to Fast Company’s “Top 100 Most Creative People in Business,” and in 2016 she was named to GOOD magazine’s “GOOD 100” list.