Until Friday, December 5, the renowned Spanish chef, Ferran Adrià, presents “Innovation Space” at the Museum of Biodiversity. The interactive traveling exhibition involves a live presentation of the creative processes behind the chef’s dishes. The exhibition runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and admission is free.
The exhibition is part of a program by “Fundación Telefónica,” of which Adrià is an ambassador. The Telefónica Foundation serves to drive innovation, in this case as it relates to Adrià’s famed restaurant el Bulli, considered one of the best restaurants in the world before closing in 2011.
“Innovation Space” is an installation comprising an interactive panel divided into several sections, through which visitors can follow the innovative and creative processes of the Catalan chef, awarded three Michelin stars during his career.
There is an interactive panel which demonstrates the evolution of the restaurant’s dishes, allowing the viewer to decide what years and which dishes they wish to see. Accompanying this is an interactive table presented as a game with projections and pictogram cards that were actually used in El Bulli. The exhibition will feature an online replica at Vive.Telefonica.com so that the interactivity can reach those unable to visit the space in person.