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The 2nd international Hidden Hunger congress hosted by the University of Hohenheim was information-rich. Between Tuesday March 3rd and Friday March 6th 2015 the program offered the approximately 360 participants from around the globe

  • 66 lectures,
  • 35 poster presentations,
  • 2 panel discussions and
  • 1 film

by experts from numerous disciplines, such as nutrition, gynecology, pediatrics, agricultural sciences, and economics.

The scientific program was complemented by a “Science Meets Culture” stream , with 6 artists and 3 students from the Transdisciplinarity Master’s Program of the Zürich University of the Arts.

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The scientists at the Hidden Hunger conference are working hard. Presenting their findings, listening to others’ findings, and discussing each others’ findings–about food and over food during coffee breaks and lunch breaks.

The artists are also working hard. Conducting artistic research, giving their emerging ideas form, and finding ways to display their reflections back to the scientists. The artists are quietly and persistently changing the conference space. And they are offering the scientists provocative invitations about food and over food.

Artists's quotation-table-cover

Artists’ quotation-lunch-table-cover

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Which is more surprising: to hold a conference on the theme of Hidden Hunger at a Mövenpick hotel? Or to bring in artists to intervene in a conference of technical experts from around the globe?

Hidden Hunger Congress 2015 at Mövenpick Stuttgart

Hidden Hunger Congress 2015 at Mövenpick Stuttgart

 

Whose hunger at Mövenpick Stuttgart?

Whose hunger at Mövenpick Stuttgart?

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