October 24, 2016

Kristiane Kegelmann plays with food in a very serious way. With her geometrical sculptures and installations she questions the forms and references of traditional patisserie. She believes that sweets should not always have the same interface or either be eaten the same way. Starting from these statements, she creates synergies between colors, shapes, graphic patterns and organic elements, inspired by the chemical features of the ingredients she uses. It’s not all about the appearence, though. Taste has its part in this research, as well.

When she plays with colours, contents are clearly defined. Straightforward taste structures and high-quality ingredients create an aromatic harmony and complete the edible installations, and every staging is associated with a culinary experience.

Design: Kristiane Kegelmann
Year: 2016
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