“The Art of Food”

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Olivia Miller on “The Art of Food”

On Tuesday, September 27, 2022, Joseph Gallivan interviews curator Olivia Miller about “The Art of Food” which runs at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University now through Dec. 3. Miller talks about how artists can suggest the sensuous properties of food with minimal marks, why some women artists choose to sexualize salt licks and porcelain, and how print making, from Warhol to Hirst, relates to factory farming.

 

This interview was recorded on Zoom video conferencing software on Sept. 21, 2022 and engineered by KBOO volunteer Ray Bodwell. https://kboo.fm/blog/55224

From the Portland Tribune:

https://pamplinmedia.com/pt/11-features/558661-446990-hit-show-the-art-o...

 

From the press release:

https://www.pdx.edu/museum-of-art/exhibitions

 

Overview: In its most everyday sense, food is a physical necessity, yet its overall significance goes far beyond sustenance. Food is integral to our communities, relationships, cultures, and languages. People interact with food on varying levels. Some of us grow or gather it; more of us buy it. We transform it by cutting, cooking, and dressing it with spices, marinades, and garnishes. We use food as an intermediary to connect with others through holiday meals, business lunches, dates, and more.

Our food choices also carry ethical implications. What we eat affects and is affected by an intricate global food chain. We fight over food. We deny food to some as a tool of suppression and cultural erasure. We fear for our health, the challenge of feeding a growing global population, and the effects of climate change on food production.

Featuring more than 100 works in a variety of media from the renowned collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, The Art of Food showcases how some of the most prominent artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have considered this universal subject. Organized thematically, it uses an artistic lens to examine the subject of food beyond its purpose as body fuel. As you move through the exhibition, take time to consider your own relationship with food.

Featured Artists: Katherine Ace, Neal Ambrose-Smith, Chris Antemann, John Baldessari, Joseph Beuys, Emily Brock, Enrique Chagoya, Corwin Clairmont, Warrington Colescott, Robert Cottingham, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Richard Estes, David Gilhooly, Robert Gober, Red Grooms, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Jenny Holzer, Malia Jensen, Jasper Johns, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Hung Liu, Bruce Nauman, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, Alison Saar, Analia Saban, Jonathan Seliger, Lorna Simpson, Donald Sultan, Wayne Thiebaud, Andy Warhol, Rachel Whiteread, and Sherrie Wolf

 

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Joseph Gallivan has been a reporter since 1990. He has covered music for the London Independent, Technology for the New York Post, and arts and culture for the Portland Tribune, where he is currently a Feature Writer. He is the author of two novels, "Oi, Ref!" and "England All Over" which are available on Amazon.com

josephgallivan@gmail.com 

 

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