Curated by Dr. Bernhard Zuenkeler with curatorial assistance by Holly M. Crawford, EAT is a group show examining the creative power of food and eating across place and time. Over the centuries eating has been a tremendous accelerator of driving imagination and cooperation. Our bodies turn food into energy so that we may survive, thrive, and create.
One of the fundamental actions of our lives. We sleep. We breathe. We eat. We love. Without eating nothing moves. But do we pay enough attention about what we eat, how we eat and when we eat? Do we care about preparation of our food, our celebration of eating together? Over the centuries, eating has been a tremendous accelerator of driving imagination and cooperation. Eating has been a driving force for the arts and vice versa. Cooking is certainly a form of art. The preservation of food, the development of new forms of food is a creative task.
ESMoA’s Experience 39: EAT will invite every visitor to find inspiration about what a diverse and creative power food can develop.
EAT opens for the public on Feb. 28, beginning at 1 p.m. ESMoA is open Thursdays from 1 to 8 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.
How to Register?
Admission is free, learn more at www.esmoa.org/
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