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Amuse-bouche. Der Geschmack der Kunst

19 February – 17 May 2020

Is the taste of art sweet, sour, bitter, salty or even umami? What role does our sense of taste play in social interactions and as an artistic material? Museum Tinguely continues its series on the senses in the arts with a group show bringing together work by international artists who address our sense of taste as a possibility for aesthetic perception. Featuring works by, among others, Janine Antoni, Marisa Benjamim, Otobong Nkanga, Emeka Ogboh, Shimabuku, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann and Elizabeth Willing.

https://www.tinguely.ch/en/ausstellungen/aktuell-vorschau.html

NEWS 2019

Mediterranean Trilogy  Conference

Documentation of the edible installation made in August 2018 Alvito

Centro Cultural Raul de Carvalho, Alvito, Portugal
(day 1)  1.11.2019  from 14:30 – 18:00
(day 2)   2.11.2919   from  9:30 – 18:00

Terreno – Urban eco-biographical actions

Performative edible installation | 26 October at 16:00

Hiroshimastrasse 25  Berlin, Germany

dé-jardiner

gr_und art space 

7 June  from 7pm: Vernissage as part of the ” Rendez-vous im Garten” program

Berlin, Germany

 

Eau Florale – Performance

Roskilde Festival

July, Roskilde, Denmark 

 

Artist talk – The Taste of Flowers  in the frame of the Symposium ” taste and food culture”

 Tinguely Museum

 5-6 April, Basel, Switzerland

News 2018

 

Trilogia Mediterrânea 

Edible Installation
Casa da Praça; Alvito, Portugal

"Everything Was forever, Until It Was no more "

Riga Biennial of Contemporary Art; Latvia

Watch your Bubble! 

Art and Science- in cooperation with Humbolt Universität and Einstein Foundation School of Mind and Brain, Gallery Nord – Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin (DE)

 

24H Brl/Wro,

 Ulica Ofiar Oswiecimskich 14, Wroclaw (PL)

 

Good Friends 

Kunstpunkt Berlin Galerie für aktuelle Kunst; Berlin 

 

Floristaurant, 2016/18 (installation view)

Mixed media installation and performance
Dimensions Variable

Courtesy of the artist

Photo: Ivan Erofeev. Courtesy of the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art.