Nowhere kitchen is a research node that derives ways of learning (by doing) from cooking practices. It explores various social forms based on cooking with what is there – as a ritualistic departure point. By itself, it is liquid and can assume the form of and intervene with the contexts it inhabits.
The focal space is the kitchen, a (whatever) space where collaboration can begin in the most basic way – hunger. It is a breathing space, an incubator for failures, of the local and localized desires. A nowhere kitchen takes the form of open-ended meeting points and nomadic itineraries, hence it is possible to happen anywhere and weave itself into existing situations.
*Foto above by Agustín Pilarte