Thursday, 18 September 2008

Eatable Art = Eat Art


Kittiwat Unarrom bakes body parts, Daniel Spoerri hangs his dinner table up the wall, Dieter Roth frames chocolate - they all make "Eat Art". First coined during the sixties Fluxus movement by Daniel Spoerri, this term now lives on. Hobnox features two recent Eat Art performances. In "Eat the Wall" by Spanish collective Ali&Cia the visitors have to eat their way through to their friends. The walkable installation "Bread & Bunker by Israeli artist Shahar Marcus consists of five video works and 1500 loaves of bread. If this report wets your appetite, also watch Cool Hunting's report about Kittiwat Unarrom's body part bakery. Yummmy...
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