It’s hard to imagine anyone tucking into these incredible edible sculptures by Berlin-based food designer Kristiane Kegelmann, but that’s exactly what you can do. Without doubt her sugary creations sit firmly in the field of art, but she also aims to perfect the taste of each one using textures and flavours to deliver delicious patisserie treats.
Speaking of her unique work, Kristiane said: “As a food designer I am interpreting the patisserie in a completely new and unrestrained format. With my sculptures and performative installations I want to question the rigid ties of the patisserie and then incorporate such discoveries into an artistic context. Do edible pieces always have to be consumed the same way? Do these persistently have to have an equal, unmistakeable outward appearance?
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