This is a space for stage 2 artifacts and annotations for the Kitchen Cognition project.
Kitchen Cognition stages a playful counterpoint to topdown methods reforms, aiming to open experiments up in their richness as epistemic and material performances. Structured around a simple performance score, it asks a set of cognition researchers, at home in their kitchens, to design an experiment using what they have available. Employing remote video ethnography, I invite scientists into a collaborative feedback process. By staging experimental design in the domestic space of cooking and recipes, this project highlights material, situated, and embodied features of experiments.