Simon Sturluson and Icelandic Blue Mussel & Seaweed are providing fresh supplies for SOE Kitchen 101 at Marshall House in Reykjavik. Reservations for the opening on 11 August and onward can be made here:
Kick-Off Workshop in Bait Tarkib, 7 - 8 July 2018, Baghdad with Christina Werner/Institut für Raumexperimente (Click on image for more) The workshop will be followed up by long-distances lectures and workshops over the autumn. You can read more on the institut’s website: www.raumexperimente.net Hosted by TARKIB Baghdad Contemporary Arts Institute. Special thanks to Hella Mewis. This event is part of a workshop series “Arts Seminar in Baghdad”, conceived and organised by the Goethe-Institut Irak, in collaboration with the Institut für Raumexperimente (Institut for Spatial Experiments), Berlin and hosted by TARKIB Baghdad Contemporary Arts Institute in BAIT TARKIB.
Improvised acoustic experiment, Abu Nawas Theate. Kick-Off Workshop in Bait Tarkib, 2018, Baghdad
Responding to the local context SOE KITCHEN 101 are working closely with a number of local producers in Iceland. Biologist Eyjofur Fridgeirsson is the founder of Islensk Hollusta, who will be providing the kitchen with seaweed
360° video of Fjordenhus by Dezeen - where you can also read Olafur's interview with Tom Ravenscroft. " The public sector's use of the culture sector has become more or less a promotional one. It has failed to acknowledge that the cultural sector is the one that drives civic trust and social self-confidence. It is the culture that we have that gives us our shared identity."
Olive oil cake with Icelandic skyr. Today's desert at lunch. Don't forget that the studio kitchen is relocating to Marshall House in Reykjavik from August to October. #SOEKitchen101https://www.instagram.com/soe_kitchen/ https://t.co/vDDyIbXcxw
Erosion, 1997, Cape Town. Now on view at Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town.