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Paper, cast iron, ceramic, wood, and steel objects are arranged to imitate the visual vernacular of culinary displays. I am interested in the way… Read More
Paper, cast iron, ceramic, wood, and steel objects are arranged to imitate the visual vernacular of culinary displays. I am interested in the ways that desire for consumption, ownership, and cuteness can be pressed on to objects that are not for sale by presentation conventions common to food. Read Less
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Art as a Food Display
culinary vernacular applied to inedible objects
Paper, cast iron, ceramic, wood, and steel objects are arranged to imitate the visual vernacular of culinary displays.  I am interested in the ways that desire for consumption, ownership, and cuteness can be pressed on to objects that are not for sale by presentation conventions common to food.