Title

Multisensorial Cooking Pans: Synesthesia

Authors

Kathi Stertzig

Abstract

Multi-sensorial awareness has been lost from the consciousness of many people. Synesthetes are consciously aware of their transmodal perceptions. They perceive the world with mingled senses. Music is perceived as color and food “smells” like a shape. Synesthesia. For these people, the perception of objects and graphics often do not correspond. What happens if you ask 4 synesthetic people 14 questions concerning an ordinary action? Their inspiring associations became the basis for 4 different cooking tools:

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Multisensorial Cooking Pans: Synesthesia

Multi-sensorial awareness has been lost from the consciousness of many people. Synesthetes are consciously aware of their transmodal perceptions. They perceive the world with mingled senses. Music is perceived as color and food “smells” like a shape. Synesthesia. For these people, the perception of objects and graphics often do not correspond. What happens if you ask 4 synesthetic people 14 questions concerning an ordinary action? Their inspiring associations became the basis for 4 different cooking tools: