Simon Bruegner’s The Arsenic Eaters questions the distinction between food and poison by focusing on XIXth century records of arsenic consumption in Eastern Austria. Rajyashri Goody’s Eat with Great Delight, comprises a collection of her own family photographs representing joyful enjoyment of meals. In these vernacular images we are confronted with a celebratory dalit experience of food that responds, in Goody’s own words, to the “need for positive images to break this onslaught of violent images of Dalit people”. On the last day of the festival, The Edible Archives (a gastronomic project connecting food, memory and art) will curate a meal using the local produce of the Condillac Farm -one of the festival’s venues- offering a farm-to-table communal meal.