Edible Makerspace (EMS) is a Singapore-based multicultural group that explores the viability of thinking critically through food prototypes within the food – agricultural system in the Southeast Asian context. They target local and regional grassroots communities engaged in agricultural and food livelihoods, but also to curious individuals keen to explore alternative ideas via food as a medium. At the heart of the makerspace lies tinkering; making machines to explore the range of flavours, to studying the environment, and deconstruct food sources. It will has a strong emphasis on the DIY Biohacker approach to food futures.
Find out more about us as individuals at https://ediblemakerspace.com/