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Kimchi (??) is a Korean side dish made from a variety of fermented vegetables which dates back thousands of years. Health magazine named it one of the world’s healthiest foods due to its high fibre/low fat/vitamin loaded composition. The kimchi I purchase is made with cabbage in a firey sauce found in our local Asian [...]

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Miku Sato ? River Water Miso Soup

Miku Sato, Soup: Japan and Taiwan Version 2014 single channel HD video – 6:45mins, edition of 8 + AP   Currently screening in Kitchen-Studio at MAY SPACE is Miku Sato’s film Soup: Japan and Taiwan Version. This is the second film in her Soup series that first began in 2011 in Seoul, South Korea. In this work, Sato cooks miso soup with water collected from the Ooka River in Yokohama where she lives. Sato is pictured alongside her...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2017-10-20 00:00:05
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Futurists ? Cubist Vegetable Patch

In 1932, two full decades after the first Futurist Manifesto, Italian artist Filippo Tommaso Marinetti published La Cucina Futurista (The Futurist Cookbook); a collection of culinary related statements, newspaper articles, letters, accounts of banquets, and ?formulas,? the Futurist term for recipes. This volume, which functions as an archive, outlines the various ways the Futurists used edible materials in their practice specifically within a...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2017-09-16 21:50:05
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?Kitchen-Studio? at MAY SPACE, Sydney

Kitchen-Studio | 10 October to 4 November 2017 | MAY SPACE, Sydney The artists in this exhibition take the space of the kitchen as the site of their performative artwork. Utilising the domestic gesture of cooking and preparing food, the artists interrogate a number of broad themes including the body, labour, and collaboration. (image: Nina Ross, Untitled #1 (fish) 2011, HD video – 3:29mins looped, edition of 5) Artists include...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2017-08-27 04:10:08
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Alison Knowles ? Salad

In 1962 Alison Knowles conceptualised a set of written instructions, also called event scores, titled Propositions. Number two of the set simply states ?Make a salad?; a command that she has implemented over the past fifty years at a number of events. The simplicity of the written instructions allows for an expansive interpretation of the score. With no restrictions as to the contents, scale, or assembly of the salad, the performance can be...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2017-08-07 23:10:08
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Rirkrit Tiravanija ? Curry Paste

Rirkrit Tiravanija was born in Buenos Aires to Thai parents and now lives between Berlin and New York City. He uses food as a tool to facilitate social exchange in his ?situations?. Beginning in 1989, he began using cooking as a means to create an art experiences where he cooks and serves meals to visitors. In the work Untitled, 1992 (Red, Yellow, Green Curry), Tiravanija uses commercial canning methods to package his own product. For this work,...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2017-07-24 03:10:07
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?Mouthfeel? at Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin

9 April to 7 May 2016 | Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin Mouthfeel is currently screening at Northern Centre for Contemporary Art in Darwin. Of the show NCCA writes: Mouthfeel is a collection of five films curated by Megan Fizell exploring the mouth through its navigation, ingestion and expulsion of edible and non-edible substances. The films aim to evoke a synaesthetic response in the viewer, triggering the sense of taste and...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2016-04-13 01:30:22
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?Mouthfeel? at Parer Place Urban Screens, QUT, Brisbane

Mouthfeel is screening at the Creative Industries Precinct at QUT, Brisbane from Monday 30 November until Thursday 10 December 2015. This exhibition first screened at Brenda May Gallery in June 2015 and features the work of Hillerbrand+Magsamen, Hannah Raisin, Nina Ross, Martynka Wawrzyniak, and Elizabeth Willing.   Email newsletter, QUT Precincts, 27 November 2015. Read all posts related to this exhibition here and follow along on social...

Posted on Feasting on Art on 2015-12-01 23:10:08
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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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