Chef Janice Wong Creates Glowing Edible Art Exhibition

Well-known for her passion for culinary art, chef Janice Wong has created another masterpiece with her new Edible Art Exhibition 'Hanging & Vertical Glow Garden' at MGM ART is PLAY, MGM Macau.

An undisputed favourite among sweet-toothed Singaporeans, her dessert restaurant 2am:dessertbar has redefined the dessert experience, pushing the boundaries between sweet and savoury, with carefully researched progressive dishes. And she continues to impress with her new installation which showcases glow in the dark foods.

The one-of-a-kind edible art installation is inspired by flora and fauna, with sugar flowers hand-painted in edible glow in the dark paint. In total there are 20,000 flowers in this exhibition using 300kgs of sugar paste. The vertical glow garden is first layered with 26kgs of laser cut sugar art work, with flowers on the second layer and for the third layer with small flowers and Isomalt pearls. Check out Janice Wong's Instagram page for pictures on the installation here.

Glow in the dark is a trend we recently featured in our June foodwatching Australia and Asia report, looking at the hows, why, wheres and what's around glow in the dark food. Read the full report over on the tfptrendhub here.