Culinary Lessons Venice
29 May 2016 14:30 pm
29 May 2016 14:30 pm
CHIESA DELLA MISERICORDIA / CAMPO DE L’ABAZIA, CANNAREGIO, VENICE
With Jan Åman, Johan Bettum, Daniel Birnbaum, Sanford Kwinter, Charlotte Birnbaum, Fabrice Mazliah, Tobias Rehberger a. o.
For the 15th International Architecture Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia, Goethe-Institut has created PERFORMING ARCHITECTURE, a programme which brings the interfaces between architecture, choreography and the performing arts into focus. Picking up cues from the exhibition at the German Pavilion “Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country” and the Biennale’s motto “Reporting from the Front”, the programme transforms the urban space of Venice into a stage for artistic encounters, visions and explorations: How do we sink into the experienced and built reality of our cities? How do we encounter other people in this reality? Which values do they negotiate, which living spaces, which experiential spaces? What ideas of Heimat do they carry? Artists Fabrice Mazliah, Johan Bettum, Björn Bicker, Malte Jelden and Michael Graessner, among others, develop experimental formats to explore these questions, make encounters possible and create eeting places of exchange, which playfully shift boundaries and challenge habituated forms and patterns of thought. By interacting with other art forms, architecture becomes a sensory experience and reveals a new social relevance. For more information, Click Here
Culinary Lessons is a conversation series which explores culinary art in interdisciplinary terms and as a canvas from which valuable lessons may be learned for architecture. The series especially focuses on the art of cooking and its radical as well as innovative transformation of matter into choreographed and carefully orches- trated social experience. Whether in the local, political or aesthetic contexts, cooking is always an intensive, alchemistic experiment using materials in a socio-cultural context. Culinary Lessons explores the historic and contemporary aspects of these relationships as a tableaux for artistic and architectonic interests. Culinary Lessons will be performed later in Stockholm, Frankfurt and Istanbul and conclude the PERFORMING ARCHITECTURE programme together with CONVIVIUMEPULUM at the end of October.
Limited seats are available.
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