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Let that sink in
The meme is a reaction of Elon Musk’s Twitter take-over performance.
Our companion is the one with whom we share our bread
Translating back to English from a book of R.D.Laing written in Hungarian: “Only two or three of them were brave enough to taste a preparation baked by a chronically schizophrenic woman. This little incident convinced me of something. Who is more foolish? The staff or the patients? The exclusion affects people deeply. Our companion, in the strict sense of the word, is the one with whom we share our bread. There was no connection between the staff and the patients. Psychiatrists were afraid of catching schizophrenia. Who knows ? It may be contagious, like herpes…“
Five second rule
SZABÓ Eszter Ágnes–KOCSI Olga – Five second rule (öt másodperces szabály) IRMA5SECOND,character experiment, 2020
Lauren is an artist, self-taught home baker,
founder of the popular Instagram account @lokokitchen, and author of the best-selling cookbook, PIEOMETRY.
Felted Bread Bugs
Atelier Hatena – Hiroshima
Baguette Flash Mobs
Tatsumi Orimoto – Bread Man
Last weekend a group of 36 people with 3 to 6 baguettes wrapped around their face appeared suddenly at Onomichi Station in Hiroshima, Japan. They paraded down a street, through the city’s shopping district and even went on a ferry ride, all the while chanting “We are Bread Men. We are not human” in Japanese and English.
Charles Ray – Quarter pounder, no color
Poster, image 2010 / 109 x 74 centimeters
Belly and fire
Andrea d’Amore – Ventre e fuoco
convivium performance, Traffic Festival
San Lorenzo in Campo (PU), 2019
“However, an inclination exists, far from style, that passes from the body and its awareness of being able to receive. The inclination to sabotage the code and disobey the solitary advantage. In this sense, food and the practice of cooking, intended as care for the feast, is able to include and undertake the possibility of the gift, which is typical of a feminine dimension of cooking, more attentive to abundance for all than accumulation for the few.”