1. An Exhibition in Your Mouth, by Ben Kinmont.


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    Ben Kinmont’s “An Exhibition in your mouth,” is a multi-course meal of recipes selected from an array of historical sources. Originally produced for the FRAC in Montpellier in 2002, it was presented by Kadist in its most free and public form yet, serving approximately 100 people on the sidewalk along 20th street. The event was supported by SFMOMA, as part of Ben Kinmont: Prospectus. Food prepared by Leif Hedendal with help from Bar Tartine, Jake Godby of Humphry Slocombe, and Leah Rosenberg. Menus were printed by Colpa Press. Aerofood by Luigi Colombo Fillìa. Basque Bass by Tina Girouard, Carol Goodden, Suzanne Harris, & Gordon Matta-Clark. Clouds by Geoff Hendricks. Steak Tartare by Marcel Duchamp Glace de Creme aux Truffes by Emy. Toffee Pine Cones by Salvador Dali. Fig Pervert by Philip Corner.

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    • Ben Kinmont : "Prospectus: Paris"


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      Produced by Hugo Bregeau and Clémence de Montgolfier for Kadist Art Foundation, 2011 Since the late 1980s, Ben Kinmont (Born 1963 Burlington, Vermont, USA) has been interested in interpersonal communication as a means of addressing the problems of contemporary society. His sculptures and actions attempt to establish a direct, personal relationship between the artist and the viewer, using the work as a mediator. If art is supposed to be an agency of intellectual and emotional challenge, then the artist concludes that the audience should also be addressed beyond the institutional frame of the gallery and the museum, and that contact should be more direct.

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      • Metropolis M no. 3 2011


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        The new issue of Metropolis M: Out Now! Check the 60-second video flip through. Special: Venice Biennale.

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        • "RADICAL FOODS" FIRST PERSON ISSUE 5 Handmade Limited Edition Book


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          First Person Magazine publishes conversations with artists, curators and collectors about art making and their roles. We make transparency and clarity our goals when exchanging stories, ideas and intentions to inspire others and to digest our own practices. Order Issue 5 today at firstpersonmag.com. Out Nov. 2011

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