Take part in the “A Lunch of Knowledge” competition and learn the secrets of elBulli from Ferran Adría himself.
“Creativity is the opposite to autopilot”. “Like a playground”. “Seeing what no one else sees”. “Facing the unknown”. “Make something different out of the ordinary”. “A piece of work”. “The petrol which makes my engine run”… but what does creativity mean to you?
This form is a game thought up by Ferran Adrià himself. The questions thought up by the chef are presented as sentences, in order to adapt this questionnaire to natural language, and make the process of obtaining this ‘Creative ID’ into something easy and fun.
What is creativity to you? If you already have an answer and want to let everybody know, when you visit the Exhibition ‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the creative process’ all you need to do is take one of our ‘creative selfies’
The exhibition ‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the creative process’ invites you to reflect on what the Catalan chef has done with creativity. From 29 October 2014 to 1 March 2015 you will be able to find out every detail of his creative process.
What is creativity? What is needed to create? Can the creative process be audited? This Wednesday the exhibition ‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the creative process’ will open at the Espacio Fundación Telefónica, the first exhibition to analyse the chef’s creative processes. You can visit the exhibition from 29 October 2014 to 1 March 2015.
Over 1000 pieces that bear witness to a unique creative process. More than 1000 m2 devoted to Adrià’s universe. An emotive space for learning and reflection. The greatest exhibition of the season is just around the corner: ‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the creative process’.
In “air and light and time and space”, one of his most famous poems, Charles Bukowski reproaches those who think that they need a certain time and place in order to create.
Each person has a different reaction to the same images. That reaction for Renzo Garibaldi, owner of Osso, a slaughterhouse and salami-making operation in Peru, is creativity.
Fosbury was victorious at the 1968 Mexico Olympics and his way of jumping became the new standard among athletes. Mockery of the unknown gave way to widespread use of the innovation.
Eduard Xatruch, Marc Cuspinera and Oriol Castro, the three chefs from elBulli, tell us about their experience alongside Ferran Adrià. What the synergies were among the team members, how the creative process was generated… ultimately how Ferran could see what others could not and how he managed to get his team to see it too.
Educational Activities: CREATIVE NATIVES The proposed educational activities accompanying the ‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the Creative Process‘ exhibition focus on creativity and innovation, seeking to promote the public’s active participation as well as to highlight the creative processes inherent in all disciplines, based on the work undertaken in the Bullipedia Lab and focusing on the decoding […]
Enrique Gracián is a mathematician. He studied Pure Sciences at the University of Barcelona and has spent much of his life teaching at university and secondary school. What has always interested him most, however, is problem solving. “The creation and solving of problems,” he emphasises, “because the history of mathematics is based on the creation […]
Ferran Adrià has been repeating it since this project started: “We need to prepare a three-dimensional chicken .” An inspiring chicken, a chicken that breaks the mould, a chicken that works for everyone, a fun and useful chicken, the mother of all creative chickens.
Teachers’ Session A training session for teachers which lasts two hours, including a guided visit of the exhibition and information on the educational programme. Teachers’ books with suggestions for activities will be handed out, there will be a practical workshop, and we will talk about the themes brought up in the exhibition. (Must be booked […]