FOOD – Ecologies of the Everyday explores how the topic of food and associated processes such as its production and consumption are critically reflected in the international art of today.
This catalogue for the 13th Triennial of Small-Scale Sculpture presents over 40 artistic approaches from across the world, in which it becomes clear how food can be understood as exemplified by aesthetic, social, ecological and economical connections.
With numerous illustrations and annotations on the artworks as well as seminal contributions on the art-historical, political and societal aspects of food in our world, this handy book delivers a lively introduction to a highly topical theme.
Artists include: Andrea Büttner, Mark Dion, Latifa Echakhch, Félix González-Torres, Tue Greenfort, Subodh Gupta, Pierre Huyghe, Alicja Kwade, Gordon Matta-Clark, Roman Ondák, Laure Prouvost, Pamela Rosenkranz, Paul Thek, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Cathy Wilkes.
Published on the occasion of the 13th Fellbach Small Sculpture Triennial 2016, at Alte Kelter Fellbach, 11 June – 2 October 2016.
English and German text.