Staged as a living laboratory, Bruised Food used methods of curation and public pedagogy to frame the discourse of the politics and aesthetics of food as employed by contemporary social practice artists. Bruised Food: A Living Laboratory was curated by Marnie Badham and Francis Maravillas, featuring artists Keg de Souza with Lucien Alperstein, Arahmaiani, Rhett D’Costa, Elia Nurvista and Stephen Loo. It complimented the exhibition Bruised: Art, Action, and Ecology in Asia at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne 12 April to 1 June 2019.
Breaking Words - Arahmaiani
Masala Mix: Opening the Anglo-Indian Tiffin - Rhett D’Costa
Rice, Elia Nurvista
Careful Whispers, with the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Orchestra - Stephen Loo with collaborators Jen Brown, Juliana Espana Keller, George Akl and Evie Loo
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