Smelling and tasting, hearing and seeing, touching and holding: AMINO FEAST is an immersive experience with the character of a ritual. Presented in the form of a feast, the installation examines sensory perception as a prerequisite for the acceptance of new kinds of food. By switching the focus from consumers to eaters, the designers are seeking to exploit the effectiveness of taste and sensual experiences as a means of finding answers to the burning questions facing the food supply sector. The table follows the example of historic feasts and invites visitors to immerse themselves in the world of eating with all their senses. The project was created in cooperation with Studio z00, Magdalena Weiss, and the Viennese company Arkeon, which has developed an innovative and sustainable method for producing amino acids from carbon dioxide.