Ferran Adrià, the inventive chef who turned elBulli from a restaurant into the upcoming elBulli Foundation — a space “that will stage a permanent exhibition which presents a narrative to help understand its historical and culinary evolution” as well as “provide facilities for activities related to the process of creativity” — will host a Twitter Q&A about his creative process at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, October 29.
On the same day, Adrià’s exhibition “Auditing the Creative Process” will debut at the Fundación Telefónica, and be open to the public free of charge until March 1 2015.
“Adrià has drawn a map of the creative process, which represents the plane of the sample, which unfolds through the different exhibition spaces,” promises a portion of the exhibition guide. “In this way, the visitor will discover, step by step, variables that elBulli considered relevant in the process. Using a compass and a few quotes that accompany each exhibition space, visitors will discover the pieces of the puzzle of the creative process.”
— Ferran Adrià (@ferranadria) October 28, 2014
Use the hashtag #preguntaAFerran on Twitter to commiserate about creativity with Ferran Adrià.
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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.