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Subtleties of taste, texture and tone ? a simple meditation on the infinite. Made of rice and pollen meticulously mounded across the floor, Wolfgang Laib’s 2007 work, Ohne Zeit – ohne Ort – ohne Körper, acts as an ephemeral testimony to existence in its rawest forms. Amidst the grid work of rice mountains, the glowing [...]

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Gösta Diehl ? Pan-fried Salmon

Go?sta Diehl, Still Life with Fishes, 1953 Collection of Finnish National Gallery The Finnish artist Go?sta Diehl was active in the first half of the 20th century and was known for his use of vivid colour in his paintings often composed in a cubist style. In July 2015, I travelled to Helsinki, Finland to spend a week in the studio of artist Elizabeth Willing while she was a resident at (HIAP) Helsinki International Artist Program. While in...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2015-08-12 23:00:11
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?Mouthfeel? at Brenda May Gallery

Mouthfeel is defined as the physical sensations in the mouth created by food or drink. The objective of this exhibition is to stimulate a synaesthetic response in the viewer through the observation of these films. The mouth is used by these artists to trigger the sense of taste and touch by the ingestion of edible and non-edible substances. The five films selected for this exhibition are performative actions by four female artists and one...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2015-05-28 02:00:16
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Further Reading ? 16 March 2015

+ READ: I have an article in the current issue of IMPRINT magazine. The piece is titled “Squashings, pressings, and stains: food as a medium in printmaking and works on paper” and discusses the work of Ed Ruscha, Dieter Roth, Martynka Wawrzyniak, and Elizabeth Willing. The research pertaining to the practises of Ruscha and Roth were subsequently used in my postgrad thesis.   + VIEW: Stephanie Jones has work from her Traceries...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2015-03-16 05:50:09
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Food/Art Artists on Social Media

Social media has become a useful tool for artists to share new work, current projects, and upcoming exhibition. This page serves as a space to collate and collect the accounts of artists working within the niche of food/art as a tool for research and reference. The first part of this list is divided into artists involved with my own curatorial projects. The second half are other artists as well as curators, institutions, and organisations. This...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2015-02-27 05:50:12
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Further Reading ? 27 January 2015

+ VIEW: Claire Anna Waton’s film The Falling, created specifically for Sugar, Sugar, was exhibited in the Video Platform at Art Stage Singapore 2015, on view at Marina Bay Sands from the 22 to 25 January. In her artist statement she wrote, “The Falling continues Claire Anna Watson’s ongoing investigation with food as symbolic of cultural and corporeal change. Multidisciplinary in approach, her practice explores aspects of...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2015-01-27 08:00:31
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Mouthfeel exhibition

Mouthfeel | 9 June to 4 July 2015 | Brenda May Gallery, Sydney Mouthfeel is defined as the physical sensations in the mouth created by food or drink. The objective of this exhibition is to stimulate a synaesthetic response in the viewer through the observation of these films. The mouth is used by these artists to trigger the sense of taste and touch by the ingestion of edible and non-edible substances. (image ? Nina Ross, The...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2014-12-03 10:20:14
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MA Research degree in Art Theory at UNSW

I will be taking an extended break from the blog as I complete a research degree in art theory at the University of New South Wales. I am researching the use of edible materials within arts practice from the avant-garde to the present. This space will be sporadically updated with information about forthcoming curatorial projects. Check this page for additional details.

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2014-12-03 10:20:14
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Otto van Schrieck ? Chicken, Mushroom & Feta Risotto

Otto van Schrieck, A Forest Floor Still Life with Mushrooms and a Snake, c. 1657 oil on canvas, private collection Otto van Schrick was a Dutch painter of Golden Age who according to the Musee de Beaux Arts, “invented a particular genre half-way between still life and landscape painting.” His dark and sombre compositions of flora and fauna often contained lizards and snakes alongside the flowers and mushrooms scattered on the forest...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2014-12-03 10:20:14
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Further Reading ? 31 May 2014

+ VIEW: Currently on view outside of New York City in a defunct sugar refinery is the towering form of Kara Walker?s A Subtlety, subtitled or the Marvelous Sugar Baby, an Homage to the unpaid and overworked Artisans who have refined our Sweet tastes from the cane fields to the Kitchens of the New World on the Occasion of the demolition of the Domino Sugar Refining Plant. In this work, Walker uses the historical narrative of sugar production and...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2014-12-03 10:20:14
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Vincent van Gogh ? Bloody Mary

Vincent van Gogh, Still-Life with Mackerels, Lemons and Tomatoes, 1886 oil on canvas, 39 x 57cm, Oskar Reinhart Collection, Winterthur Vincent van Gogh‘s Still-Life with Mackerels, Lemons and Tomatoes was painted the year the artist moved from Antwerp, where he had very little to eat and no money, to Paris where he lived with his brother Theo. While living in Antwerp, he spent much of his time studying the work of Peter Paul Rubens –...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2014-12-03 10:20:14

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