Ryotaro Fuyuki, gastkunstenaar van atelierWG presenteert zijn nieuwe werk 'Tag' wat is ontstaan gedurende zijn residency in airWG.
Opening Friday 15 September from 6 PM at puntWG
Open 16-25 September, 1 - 7 PM
FOOD OF WAR invites us to an immersive experience, the result of their collaborative work with artists and other local instances during their residency at atelierWG.
Through a diverse collection of works UITMELKEN: Harvesting Money, uncovers the untold stories etched into the very fabric of our food systems, unraveling the threads that connect overproduction, the subtle carbon footprint and the complex dance of ecological balance.
We believe the artistic dialogue to be everchanging and malleable, and so this exhibition will be transformed daily to host newer perspectives. Artworks will be moved, introduced, removed, and introduced to assist in the highlighting of different perspectives.
ANDREINA FUENTES ANGARITA
ROB TER HAAR
" FOOD OF WAR operates as an open collective who unravel the complexities behind narratives, traditions and supply-chain of modern day food production through collaborations and encounters. By following trails often overlooked, Food of War subverts narratives of national food and highlights global networks that influence the current status of food culture through availability and absence".
Special thanks to:
KARIN VAN DER LINDE
RODRIGO VARGAS & ROBERT STAINES
MATEO CHACÓN PINO
Come this Friday from 6 pm, and be part of the experience!!!
The FOOD OF WAR collective was formed by Omar Castañeda and Hernán Barros, two Colombian artists based in London and Andreina Fuentes, a Venezuelan artist based in Miami, as a guest artist.
FOOD OF WAR is a multidisciplinary art collective dedicated to explore the relationship between food and conflict through any artistic expression.
Their proposals involve performative interactions with the public, involving food, bringing reflections on the issues we face in relation to our alimentation, its production, distribution, local and global, among other issues that they explore from their artistic practice.