‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the Creative Process’ is an exhibition that analyses the creative processes of the Catalan chef and from 10 March can be visited at the Fundación Telefónica Space in Buenos Aires.
Is the creative process a random one? What does one need to be creative? The answers to these and other questions can be found at the exhibition ‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the Creative Process’ which continues its travels through Latin America. The exhibition started out in October 2014 in Madrid and in June 2015 opens at the Fundación Telefónica Space in Lima.
‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the Creative Process’ is not just an exhibition of gastronomy, it is a journey in which the visitor is immersed in the creative universe of the Catalan chef and his team, in a space devoted to unravelling his creative process and interpreting the El Bulli model, which seeks to amaze visitors and invite them to reflect upon their own creative profile.
This was the first exhibition on the Catalan chef to be held in Madrid and the biggest ever devoted to his work; it is also the first to explore the creative process and is organized in collaboration with Fundación Telefónica.
Panels, videos, working logbooks, sketches by Adrià himself, testimonials and an array of unique pieces are all showcased at the Fundación Telefónica Space in Buenos Aires.