Booking of the food vouchers
Where: Slovak National Gallery, Dom umenia/Kunsthalle Bratislava and Satelit Gallery at the Slovak Design Centre, and from May 27 at tranzit/sk
When: from 10th of May to 2nd of June
Kitchen dialogues – event
Where : Berlinka, Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra 33/4
When: from 30th of May to 3rd of June
Kitchen Dialogues has prepared a new chapter of a eponymous longterm project, which focuses on creating community / bringing people together through food and cooking. The aim of the intervention prepared especially for SBW project is to explore the possibility of a new social ecosystem. Through this action, the authors Martinka Bobriková & Oscar de Carmen, will map the Bratislava Art scene. During five days, from May 30 to June 3, the artists will be giving free lunch menu for anyone showing up with a special food voucher from 11:30 to 13:30 in the café Berlinka.
Registration for receiving meal tickets will be possible form May 10th at the reception desk of the SNG – Slovak National Gallery, Domu umenia/Kunsthalle Bratislava
ATTENTION! The food vouchers will be distributed on a “first-come, first-served” basis!!!
Please, read carefully the terms and conditions of the project: http://
we are back in oslo and preparing a great menu for saturday that will served trough the night…
where? at the best event of the year!
get ready for Kitchen Dialogues!
“More than supra/ a draft prepared for failure” or more popularly called “Morning Glory” is community related project that took form through a series of morning activities where we invited the audience to dance and have breakfast before starting the working day. Following the idea of creating a social space outside of consumption, where people could meet, experience, undertake an activity without need of money, we re-appropriate our self of a popular phenomenon of the breakfast club/ morning glory. These early morning events took place during the whole duration of the Triennial (twice a week/ 7 events). Free-form dance exercise, through listening to electronic music stimulated by local DJ curated by @Dot followed by breakfast.
S.O.S. Self Organized Systems, 2nd Tbilisi Triennial, October 2015
photo: Sopo Miminoshvili, Martinka Bobrikova]]>
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Unlike in many other countries, among Singaporeans, the languages, religions and cultures are not delineated according to skin colour or ancestry. Each Singaporean’s behaviours and attitudes would therefore be influenced by, among many other things, his or her home language and his religion. Racial and religious harmony is regarded by the government as a crucial part of Singapore’s success, and played a part in building a Singaporean identity. The variety of food representing different ethnicities is seen by the government as a symbol of its multiculturalism. In popular culture, food items belong to a particular ethnicity, with Chinese, Malay, and Indian food clearly defined. However, the diversity of cuisine has been increased further by the “hybridisation” of different styles (e.g., the Peranakan style, a mix of Chinese and Malay cuisine).
Base on this we have created a temporary food lab at Latent Space @ Har par villa with help of Benjamin Ho, where have conduct a research to create new national dishes tackling hybridizations in the kitchen based on reflection on the above mentioned. As outcome of the research lab to taste the final products we have created 2 events. In the first one on 24th of july we have visited Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre to bring back the donated food in form of new experimental dish and we had great interaction with the local community. In the second one we have been invited to present the project as part of Post-PopUp, events at Center for conetemporary art in Singapore on 26th July.
image credits: Koh Nguang How & Benjamin Ho]]>
photo credits: Chun Kai Qun
A new member of the crew, Benjamin Ho, is helping us to get ready for the upcoming 3 events of Kitchen Dialogues in Singapore.
here some pictures from the work in progress!
photo credist: Benjamin Ho & Kitchen Dialogues