Bus@Blindside: Play with your Food Dinner

BUS Projects continues its offsite series of explorations into the nature of spatial artistic practices with a new project exploring food. Bus @ Blindside: Play with Your Food explores contemporary spatial practices in relation to the current pop cultural interest in culinary artistry. Participating artists Mathew Benjamin, Drew Pettifer, Hannah Raisin, SIBLING and Marcin Wojcik.

Art Exhibition previously on in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 25 November 2010 to Saturday 11 December 2010
Launch Tuesday 23 November 2010, 7:30 PM (GMT+10:00)

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Participating artists have each explored the political and cultural ramifications of food production and consumption in their work. For this project each has devised a course of a menu that will form the basis of an exhibition at BLINDSIDE and a one-off dinner. Drawing on the culinary expertise of Sarah Trotter, food stylist and co-founder of Trotski and Ash, the Play with your Food Dinner will be served up at Auction Rooms in a one-night-only fusion of eating and performance. Participants can book their place at the dinner-table by visiting BUS Projects. The project takes its cue from artistic experiments in food from earlier periods of the avant-garde and post-war art: from F.T Marinetti’s Futurist Cookbook to the more recent public art practices of Gordon Matta-Clark or Rikrit Tiravanija.

For further details about the menu and to book tickets for the Play with your Food Dinner please
visit BUS Projects.

Cost: $60 per person (incl. dinner and wine)
Venue: Auction Rooms, 103-107 Errol Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051
Time: 7.30pm

Location
Auction Rooms
103-107 Errol St
North Melbourne
Melbourne, Victoria 3051
Australia

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