The Studio at Eato X will provide a platform for artists and creative minds to explore and experiment with sustainable food practices. The studio will host exhibitions, installations, and performances that showcase the intersection of food and art. This will create a unique and engaging space that will attract a diverse range of visitors.


The Studio at Eato X will be a dynamic and innovative space that will push the boundaries of sustainable food practices. By bringing together artists and creative minds, the studio will provide a platform for experimentation and exploration in the realm of food and art.

Through exhibitions, installations, and performances, the studio will showcase the intersection of food and art, creating a truly unique and engaging experience for visitors. The aim is to inspire and engage people in new ways of thinking about sustainable food, and to promote creativity and collaboration in the development of new ideas.

In the studio, artists and creatives will have access to state-of-the-art equipment and resources, including VR, AR, 3D printers, and other tools necessary for creating innovative and sustainable food products. This will allow for experimentation and the development of new products that can be showcased in the kitchen and lab.

The studio will also host workshops, talks, and events that bring together artists, chefs, and producers to explore and experiment with sustainable food practices. Through these collaborations, Eato X hopes to inspire new ideas and approaches to food production and consumption, ultimately leading to a more sustainable and equitable food system for all.



The Studio at Eato X is a critical component of the sustainable food system, driving  creativity, the narative and the vision to create a more sustainable and equitable food future for all.

Develop the Eatoverse – the Virtual Food System.

Each week develop a County of Eato Ireland.

Film cooking, produce, documentaries, and interviews with leading chefs, producers, and innovators.

Host live events like talks, panels, and Q&A sessions with experts.

Host art exhibits and other creative events that explore the intersection of food and art.

Collaborate with artists and designers to create unique dining experiences and installations.

Provide content creation for all our projects

In the Studio, our focus lies in developing the virtual food system known as the Eatoverse, with a particular emphasis on showcasing a specific Irish county each week. For instance, let’s take the example of Eato Kerry. In the Studio, we delve deep into the rich tapestry of Kerry’s culinary landscape. Through the use of digital platforms, artistic expressions, and immersive experiences, we craft a virtual representation that encapsulates the county’s food produce, people, and cultural heritage. The Eatoverse becomes an enticing portal, inviting participants to explore, engage, and connect with the vibrant culinary world of Kerry, even from afar.

Within the Studio, collaboration is key to unlocking new dimensions of creativity. To infuse our virtual journey with diverse perspectives and cultural influences, we invite artists, creatives, and guests from both local and international backgrounds. These collaborations enrich our creative process, resulting in a vivid and immersive experience that transcends boundaries and celebrates the global tapestry of culinary arts. Together, we harness technology and creativity to bring the Eatoverse of Kerry to life, capturing its essence and inspiring participants to embark on a virtual culinary adventure.



Shane is a highly skilled artist with a fervent passion for multiple disciplines, including traditional painting, film-making, and street art. His diverse range of talents spans various mediums, and his current focus is on street, canvas, and digital art, which he explores through his street art persona, SPACER. Shane’s work embodies the intersection of art and technology, producing technically resonant works that delve into themes and ideas in innovative and unexpected ways.

Shane’s notable achievements include an art residency with the European Space Agency (ESA UK) and winning the Graffiti without Gravity street art competition with the ESA (Holland). As a painter, he has created a body of work that explores a wide range of subjects, from the impact of technology on our lives to themes within the street art genre. Shane’s contributions to film have also garnered significant recognition, with multiple awards from international film festivals and a nomination for best editing at the Irish Film and Television Awards.

Shane’s dedication to his craft is evident in his thought-provoking art, which he develops through exploration and experimentation. His work is a testament to his ability to push boundaries and create pieces that challenge the viewer’s perceptions of art and its role in society.

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