Student Work

  • Interior Design (MFA), Lighting Design (MFA)

    Stefanie Foster

    the monotony of monotony: disrupting the everyday.

    The act of eating is a social practice that draws on rituals of consumption and regulated architectural space that together conspire to produce perceptions of taste. Altering spatial impressions and culinary rituals allows the imagination to explore how the normative performance of eating might be questioned. An array of re-configured food carts at Central Park's Bethesda Arcade attempts to liberate the senses and re-situate expectations of both a setting and the "setting of the table."