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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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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...

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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...

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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 –...

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Lecture: Still Life Talk at Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery

I have been invited to speak about the history of the still life at Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery on Saturday 12 April at 2pm. The talk is special event for the exhibition The Last Supper by Ken + Julia Yonetani which features a 9-metre banquet table cast from salt. I will be speaking about the history of the still life with a focus on the depiction of salt and its use by contemporary artists. Other speakers include the artists and Michael...

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Further Reading ? 21 November 2013

+ VISIT: The Museum of Sydney presents Eat your History: A Shared Table until Sunday 9 March 2014. The exhibition “invites you to take a fascinating stroll through eight historic homes that capture the different ages of Sydney?s food culture from 1788 to the 1950s. From the farmhouse-kitchen comforts of Elizabeth Farm to the excesses of Regency dining at Elizabeth Bay House and the atomic-age modernity of the Rose Seidler House kitchen,...

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Henri Matisse ? Stuffed Eggplant

Henri Matisse, Still Life with Aubergines, 1911 oil on canvas, 116 x 89cm, Museum of Modern Art   The 1911 painting Still Life with Aubergines by Henri Matisse exemplifies the characteristics of the Fauvist movement with the wild brushstrokes and incongruent colours. The painting was completed during a period of flux in Matisse’s oeuvre, During this time in his career he was influenced by travel to Algeria and a major exhibition of...

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Further Reading ? 2 November 2013

Shelley Miller, Velocity, 2013 (left: day 1, right: day 29) sugar, edible cake decorating inks, 120 x 102.5cm + VIEW: Today is the last day to view Shelley Miller‘s sugar mural Velocity on the facade of the 2 Danks building. Velocity was part of Sugar, Sugar at Brenda May Gallery and has been slowly disintegrating since it was installed on 1 October 2013. The mural depicts the history of the Australian sugar trade and features the ship...

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Elizabeth Willing ? Pfeffernüsse

One of the focal points in Sugar, Sugar at Brenda May Gallery is the installation Goosebump, the 7-metre wall covered with over 300 pfeffernüsse biscuits. It took the Brisbane-based artist Elizabeth Willing over a day and a half to create the entire installation and visitors were invited to bite the cookies from the wall starting on opening night. The majority of the biscuits in the middle of the wall have been eaten away causing visitors to...

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