TRINITY / LONDON & BISTRO UNION / CLAPHAM BEST LONDON RESTAURANT / GBM 2013
Adam Byatt is one of London‘s most successful chefs who owns three entirely different restaurants. The friendly British chef found his place in the heart of “London Gourmets” by presenting classic dishes in new ways by adding a unique elegance to indigenous, simple dishes. If you asked him whether he prefers being a chef or a businessman, he would answer “both” and add that his time in the kitchen is still special for him. As soon as he puts on his apron, he finds himself in a completely new world.
Adam‘s contribution enables the visitor to experience this abrupt change in a walkable room installation. Visitors enters an intermediary room through a claustrophobic corridor, decorated with more than 200 light boxes. There they can put on an apron and experience this interaction. The second room contains slow motion videos which show the chef “absorbed in his work”.
Room installation, corridor with about 200 light boxes, collages and slow motion video in a separate room