Recipes for Disaster
Real recipes with humorous (dark), brief but informative essays. Cautionary tales, food chain fables. Dorothy Parker meets M.F.K. Fisher's How to Cook a Wolf in a Bruce Sterlingesque post-apocalyptic future. Heston Blumenthal-style cooking and eating, where the eating experience is accompanied by e.g. headphones with sounds of the sea (or people screaming or moaning in our case). Illustrated accordingly.
E.coli Edamame with Spiral Jetty Sea Salt
Bird Flu Frittata
Hot Crossed Botulism Buns
Three-legged Frog's Legs á la Provençal (thanks to Brandon Ballengee)
Seared Red Tide Oysters Rockefeller ("updating a classic...")
Cucumber Raita with Greek Goat Encephalitis Strained Yogurt
Dengue Duck Dumplings with Hot Sauce
Chilling Effects Consommé
Hurricane Battered Mississippi Birdfoot
Bucket of Blood Sausage (French) or: There Will Be Blood Sausage (American)
Brown Bilharzia Soup with Garlic Croutons
From the Raw Bar -->
Wild Salmonella Tartar
Botox Roll with Heparin Pickle
Mercurial Blue Fin Inside-Out Roll
From the Agency of Unrealized Projects (AUP) -> e-flux
Unlike unrealized architectural projects, which are frequently exhibited and circulated, unrealized artworks tend to remain unnoticed or little known. But perhaps there is another form of artistic agency in the partial expression, the incomplete idea, the projection of a mere intention? Agency of Unrealized Projects (AUP) seeks to document and display these works, in this way charting the terrain of a contingent future.
Though the state of being unrealized implies the potential for realization, not all projects are intended to be carried out. In other instances, artists deliberately leave works incomplete, to record very interesting "failures" or experiments. Other planned projects involve consciously utopian, non-utilitarian, and conceptual spaces that were not made available for realization. Whether censored, forgotten, postponed, impossible, or rejected, unrealized projects form a unique testament to the speculative power of non-action.
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