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Kitchen Storeys Live Intervention
MOMA Machynlleth in The Tabernacl, Machynlleth, West Wales UK
As part of the 2017 Culture Colony Interventions at MOMA’s Tannery, Kitchen Stories Live was presented. This work was exhibited for one week in July 2017. The ceramic structures were installed on a large table in the centre of the space, presented as a traditional exhibition of ceramics. A Black menu of food was designed by 'The Herbivore' to suit the overall aesthetic of the ceramics for a one-night-only banquet performance, opened by artist/writer Tiff Oben for 40 participants.
Watch the slideshow
Or for a more live-action experience:
A Video by Culture Colony
We had amazing feedback from the lovely people who attended
‘A unique, beautiful experience. Seeing food and ceramics in a new light. Many thanks for bringing it and us all together.’
‘Extraordinary, enticing, sophisticated, aesthetically crafted…’
‘ Thought it was brilliant. I loved the concept of seeing all the towers collapsing as we ate. Really enjoyed the food and loved the whole thing!’
‘Really nice to go to something new and unique. Clever ideas and concept…’
‘It was great to see ceramics that was so interesting more so than what one would see in most places. Quite challenging...’
‘… A stunning presentation full of surprises. Would love to see this again. This I will remember for the rest of my life.’
‘…It was really interesting to see the food and the ceramics both setting each other off. Both forming part of the aesthetic experience. A really inspiring way to showcase the work. A thoroughly enjoyable experience and great to be able to appreciate and indulge in high art forms in a small rural town’
‘…Loved interacting with the ceramics and the deconstruction element, and the interaction between people while here. Would love to come and participate in more events like this.’