Eat Your Heart Out: Framing Design, Experience, Street Foods, and Globalization
|Abstract||Eat Your Heart Out is a visually rich qualitative ethnic food research that examines consumption, production, and distribution practices transnationally. Through the example of Mumbai’s street foods, the study aims to discover how design participates in fashioning the street food experiences locally and globally.
Food is an important cultural artifact in the world. However, past research in design suggests that the discipline has mainly focused on food as a catalyst for creativity and imagination or as a tool to examine materialistic, economical, sensorial, and emotional connections. Studying the user-focused involvement in the creation of food artifacts and focusing on cultural, global, and historical aspects of that participation are i... (more)
|Contributor||Zunjarwad, Renu Madhav (Author) / Margolis, Eric (Advisor) / Boradkar, Prasad (Advisor) / Heywood, William (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)|
|Subject||Design / Cultural and global aspects of food artifacts / Ethnic food / nostalgia / and design / Ethnographic practice in design / Participatory research in design / Theory / criticality / and Mumbai's street foods / Visual research in design|
|Note||Doctoral Dissertation Design, Environment and the Arts 2018|
|Collaborating Institutions||Graduate College / ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|