PSFK spoke with the co-founders of 'Something I Ate' an event that brings together a diverse group of artists to explore the purpose of food as being more than just sustenance.

PSFK recently had the chance to visit Something I Ate, a collaborative project between Kat Popiel—founder of the online food magazine On Plate, Still Hungry—and Sam Kim of SkimKim Foods. Prior to the event, artists documented a week of personal eating habits which provided both a basis for the food served at the event and the creative work that they unveiled. Each artist showcased a piece inspired by their documented eating habits using whichever media they preferred. We caught up with co-founders Kat Popiel and Sam Kim on the inspiration behind the project.

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