That’s right. We are taking the LowRiderKitchenCart to the Smithsonian May 28th and May29th with Viva La Slow and Low, a interactive experience designed by Robert Karimi & ThePeoplesCook Project. Fun, joy, food, and chilling it out will be in order. Also special guests coming to cook and give the down low about issues of the day, giving us food for thought!
THE ENTIRE EXPERIENCE WILL BE STREAMED LIVE ON FACEBOOK AND PERISCOPE. Join us!!!
More info below:
About Viva La Slow & Low
by Robert Karimi & ThePeoplesCook Project
Viva La Slow and Low a trans-disciplinary installation/experience that honors low rider culture and cultural food memory as a metaphor to discuss how what we memorialize defines what nourishes us.
Central to the experience, The Low Rider Bicycle Kitchen Cart, designed by Robert Karimi for his ThePeoplesCook Project, as an homage to his hometown of Union City, CA, and was built so people could eat and cook together and dialogue with each other on important community issues. Karimi will serve food, prep with participants in the museum to slow down, connect to their roots, with each other, all in the service of community nourishment. We will have activities Saturday and Sunday to get people to chill, think, be together, remember their roots, and think about how their food and pace affects how they will vote in this year’s election.