Plants could be to the 21st century what the steam engine and the computer were to the 19th and 20th. The FoAM urban laboratory in Brussels is researching how people and plants can live and work together to create a healthy environment. The idea is to throw embitterment onto the compost heap and allow beauty to grow instead. All manner of things will be explored at their Resilients Salon, a relaxed event with thematically linked food and drink open to everyone. Entry is payable by tomato, home grown or otherwise. The tomatoes will be made into a tasty soup.
as part of the European Resilients Project, where six organisations speculate on and experiment with possible futures | in conversation with Time's Up, Nadine and participants of Burning Ice | support the Culture 2000 Programme of the European Commission and Flemish Authorities