When we spoke with Richtje, she told us that she hadn’t been walking around that long, but that one studio struck her immediately, namely the one from Masha Ru. “I bought one of the clay cups you can eat, which [rummaging in her bag] oh, is broken now. I bought a very thin one. When I was…
Salespeople from eco bio industry told that facemask clay without cosmetics is good for eating. Why not for making cups?
At the moment there are brown, red, green and white colors involved.
Pica is characterized by an appetite for substances largely non-nutritive, such as clay, chalk, dirt, sand, ash, coal, wood, paper, stones, soap, paint, rubber, glass, etc. In the modern medicine pica is officially recognized as a mental disorder. At the same time it can also be a cultural practice not associated with a deficiency or disorder. Pica is a common phenomenon, which is commonly overlooked.
Concept, development and production Masha Ru
Camera 1 Xu
Camera 2 Masha Ru, Isolde Woudstra
Editing Masha Ru, Olga Ganzha
Styling Julie Ottevanger
Make-up Yvette de Kler
Photography Masha Ru, Isolde Woudstra
Eaters: Kate & Parfume, Nathalie & Clay, Isolde & Ice cubes, Reinco & Toenail, Dana & Seeds, Maarten & Dry pasta, Nika & Flowers & Chalk, Masha & Stone
With thanks to THE BOOKSTORE FOUNDATION and its members: Anneke van den Berg, Chris Meighan, Dimitry de Graaf, Pauline van der Meer, Robin Haig, Rowen Meertens, Sue Doeksen, Suzan Kolen
Tomorrow in Kulter
Installation at the Bookstore for the BOLO-K
opening at the Bookstore 06/10/12
photos Henri Gosen
The response of Marjolijn Rijks to the PICA installation during the BOLO-K
Life stream between Kulter and The Bookstore during the BOLO-K weekend. Two locations with PICA interactive installation have been connected. The table with unusual snacks became continuation of each other.
"Strange eating project" at two locations in Bos en Lommer, Amsterdam
The Bookstore (Ernest Staesstraat 1) http://www.bookstoreproject.nl
Opening reception: 6th of October, 17:00
Opening reception: 14 October, 17:00
Opening times of both locations during the Bolo-k art routes (http://www.bolo-k.nl/)
13 & 14 October, 12:00-18:00
Do you like the sound of wood crackling in a fireplace? And what about its taste? Have you ever been eating coal, paper, cosmetics, walls, soap, or animal food? For the exhibition EAT PLAY ARTS we are looking for people, who eat unusual things. Drop by and participate in a collective performance. Don’t hesitate to bring along your favorite delicatessen.
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