Tag Archive: Art

Exotic | ART SUPPER | 21.01.15

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Edible Art Movement’s installation at Singapore Art Supper saw many talented artists come together to celebrate food, art and culture. Daniela Beltrani and Vellachi Ganesan were the two artists that formed the exotic-themed… Continue reading

EAM @ ART SUPPER | 21.01.15

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‘Throughout history, depictions of food have been used by artists as a portal into place, culture and moment. Charting the intangible experiences of a land. Through the water and across the soil, over… Continue reading

VIDEO: A celebration of rice – Performance by Daniela Beltrani

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  Performance artist Daniela Beltrani was invited to devise a performance that related to rice and the themes of nutrition, connectivity and community that it embodies – during the Edible Art Movement’s Urban… Continue reading

International Press: EAM featured series in Trebuchet Magazine

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You may have noticed this writing platform recently overflowing with the fragrant, nourishing grains of rice-writing and rice themed thoughts. Our humble blog has sought to supplement our recent forays into the world… Continue reading

EAM in Indonesia: Visiting rice paddy fields

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This year we have travelled Asia on a mission of research (and eating, which we assure you still counts as work in our line of enquiry.) We gathered experience and sensory moments whilst capturing a plethora of photos:… Continue reading

Stellah Lim Chii Cze: The hidden art in your rice bowl.

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Featured Artist: Stellah Lim Chii Cze For Edible Art Movement’s recent art installation, URBAN RICE PADDY, Singaporean artist Stellah Lim Chii Cze created a series of of paintings inside used rice bowls & plates.… Continue reading

Captured on film: The URBAN RICE PADDY

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If you didn’t get a chance to visit the Urban Rice Paddy grown by EAM artists in Singapore, here’s some of our photographs below. It was installed in May-June 2014 at the central… Continue reading

Eating using all your senses

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This is a fantastic article by Anna-Louise Taylor over at BBC Food. Find the original here, or read on… Eating textural foods such as pomegranate is one way to reawaken the senses We… Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Steven Low Thia Kwang – SeedForFood

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You may have spotted Steven Low Thia Kwang’s work as part of CIRQUE du SCENT last month. Steven’s SeedForFood is a series of ceramic works which hover between functional and conceptual, designed to store or release nourishment. Like… Continue reading

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