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Flying Buffet: Sonja Alhaüser’s Fantastic Food Event

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Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art was an exhibition that focused on the act of sharing food and drink in order “to advance aesthetic goals and to foster critical engagement with the culture of their moment.”  The show premiered at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago, and presented more than 30 artists works that explored the […]

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Identicallunch

Identical Lunch: Food + Performance by Alison Knowles

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Ever eat a tuna fish sandwich on wheat toast with butter and lettuce, no mayo, and a cup of soup or glass of buttermilk?  Alison Knowles, conceived of the piece the Identical Lunch in the 1960s. when a friend and fellow Fluxus artist Philip Corner observed that she ate the same lunch every day at a local diner  This daily […]

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Food Project

Food as Art: Caroline Hobkinson and Experimental Dining

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Caroline Hobkinson creates experimental dining experiences in both gallery, public and private spaces. She works with food as an artistic medium and explores both the ritual and spectacle of eating.  In her projects, she orchestrates fully immersive multisensory dining experiences and food performances where the diners cease to be diners but become performers in a culinary ritual. In her works […]

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Flowers

Cloud: A Fragrant Sculpture/Performance Project

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Diane Borsato is a visual artist working in performance, intervention, video, installation, and photography.   One of her recent projects that caught my eye recently was Cloud, a performance/sculpture project  done in Fall 2012 where she invited  24 participants to wear a highly fragrant gardenia boutonniere to the opening reception of a new commercial gallery.   During the opening, the volunteers mingled […]

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Drones

Wireless Drones in the Landscape: Liam Young and Tomorrow’s Thoughts Today

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Tomorrows Thoughts Today is a London-based think tank started by Liam Young and Darryl Chen that explores topics such as urbanism, sustainability, utopia, urban planning, architecture, land use, and public space. One recent interactive installation was called Electronic Countermeasures and was performed live at the GLOW Festival  in Eindhoven NL in the evening. The project is an aerial drone choreography […]

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