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美食設計裝置藝術展 Food Design Installation

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Cuisines Insitu是藝術家Anelor Robin和Marie Venet於2014年開始、結合藝術與烹飪設計的藝術實驗所組成的藝術團隊。她們選擇的藝術創作手法為透過揀選物件(如:餐巾紙、塑膠餐具、海綿等等)來觀察與分析周遭環境,以「bric à brac(小擺飾)」作為創作的起點和作品的拼貼材料。Cuisines Insitu的作品包含二維的平面視覺創作,及三維的立體雕塑,雜揉交融不同的藝術元素,視尋覓最佳的作品為其理想與樂趣,以飲食文化為經緯,重建對生活與社會情境的認識。本次的裝置藝術展將結合駐校藝術家工作坊,以臺灣盛產的各式豐富熱帶食材為基調,帶領學員與觀眾重新考察與詮釋臺灣本地的街頭飲食文化。
The chosen approach of Cuisines Insitu is to observe and analyze our environment through the accumulation of things - found objects, papers, napkins, plastic spoons, sponges, junk... It’s the artists’ way to understand and to create art. This “bric à brac” is the origin and material of our collage work, which the Cuisines Insitu expresses as two dimensional visual works or three dimensional sculptures, often made from objects repurposed from their initial functions. Regardless of the origin, age, or medium of the assembled works, we consider it our obligation and pleasure to always find the best composition.
 
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