- What’s On
In the fragrance world, ‘Oriental’ is an official category of perfume that is distinguished by its warm, sensual notes. An expert panel to discuss this term, debate the importance of language and explore the uneasy border between appreciation and appropriation. Whether you are involved in the perfume industry, a fragrance fan or a cultural questioner you will leave with a better understanding of olfactive ingredients and history, in what is sure to be a lively debate about aromatic interpretations and inspirations. This panel discussion is chaired by sensory historian and artist, Tasha Marks, who will be joined by artist and perfumer Ezra-Lloyd Jackson as well as other industry experts (full panel to be confirmed soon).
Tasha Marks is an award-winning artist and food historian working in the museum and cultural industries. Founder of AVM Curiosities, advocate of the sensory museum, and champion of food and fragrance as artistic mediums, her projects range from olfactory curation and scented installations to interactive lectures and limited-edition confectionery .Ezra Lloyd Jackson is a scent designer.