Interdisciplinary performance artist and activist, Robert Karimi, is the artistic director of Kaotic Good Productions and ThePeoplesCook, an organization that nourishes audiences and families through delicious and creative culinary experiences. As artist in residence at Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis from 2010–2012, Karimi was honored by Creative Capital & the MAP Fund to create 28 Days of Good Energía—an interactive culinary experience in response to Type 2 Diabetes in at-risk communities. To date, he has fed the minds and bodies of more than 40,000 people through his community-based projects.
Residency Type Knight Alumni Artist-in-Residence
Currently Based Saint Paul, Minnesota
Residency Dates Jan 12 — Mar 25 2015