Image Plates
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Plate 4.1. Le Petit Colosse de Symi, 3, 1966. Plate 4.2. Daniel Spoerri, The Mythological Travels of a Modern Sir John Mandeville Being an Account of the Magic, Meatballs and Other Monkey Business Peculiar to the Sojourn of Daniel Spoerri upon the Isle of Symi, Together with Divers Speculations Thereon (New York: Something Else Press, 1970). Plate 4.3: Carl Friedrich von Rumohr, Geist der Kochkunst (Stuttgart: Cotta, 1832). Plate 4.4:“Dissertation sur la ou le Keftédès ou Réflexions sur le prémâché ou comment parler boulette et non art avec une excursion imprevue sur le sang,” Le Petit Colosse de Symi, 3, 1966. Plate 5.1: Paul McCarthy, Bossy Burger, 1991 (Performance-Still). Photo: Vaughn Rachel. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Plates 5.2 and 5.3: Paul McCarthy, Bossy Burger, 1991. Installation Views Hauser & Wirth Collection Lokremise, St. Gallen, Switzerland. Set from television show, studio lights, linoleum floor, video decks, monitors, residue of performance. 372 x 868 x 700 cm / 146 1⁄2 x 341 3⁄4 x 275 5⁄8 inches. Hauser & Wirth Collection, Switzerland. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Plate 5.4: Jan Davidsz de Heem, Still Life with Lobster, 1643,Wallace Collection, London. Plate 6.1: Janine Antoni in collaboration with Chef Kevin Lasko and Fat and the Moon founder Rachel Budde. Opening event of In & On, (Multisensory culinary/ art experience) 2011. Photographed by Christopher Kissock. Courtesy of Creative Time. Plate 6.2: Janine Antoni in collaboration with Chef Kevin Lasko and Fat and the Moon founder Rachel Budde. In & On, Scales and Skin (Multisensory culinary/art experience), 2011. Photographed by Christopher Kissock. Courtesy of Creative Time. Plate 6.3: Janine Antoni’s Permaculture Garden, before and after. Courtesy of Rachel Budde. Plate 6.4: Janine Antoni, 2038, 2000, C-print, 20 X 20 inches (50.8 X 50.8 cm).© Janine Antoni. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York. Plate 6.5: Janine Antoni, Siren’s breath, from In & On, artist book, page 3, 2011. Plates 7.1 and 7.2: Opening of Luciano Fabro, Computers di Luciano Fabro, caramelle di Nadezda Mandel’stam, 1990, Christian Stein Gallery, Milan. Photographs by Giovanni Ricci. Courtesy of Archivio Luciano and Carla Fabro, Milan. Plate 7.3: Luciano Fabro, Computers di Luciano Fabro, Caramelle di Nadezda Mandel’stam, 1990, Christian Stein Gallery, Milan. Photograph by Salvatore Licitra. Courtesy of Archivio Luciano and Carla Fabro, Milan. Plate 7.4: Luciano Fabro, Nadezda, 1990. Photograph by Salvatore Licitra. Courtesy Archivio Luciano and Carla Fabro, Milano. Plate 7.5: Luciano Fabro, Computers, 1990. Photography by Salvatore Licitra. Courtesy Archivio Luciano and Carla Fabro, Milano. Plate 7.6: Luciano Fabro, Caramelle (Candies), detail, 1990. Photograph by Silvia Fabro. Courtesy Archivio Luciano e Carla Fabro, Milano Plate 8.1: Womanhouse installation in Los Angeles, featuring Robin Weltsch, Kitchen and Vicki Hodgetts, Eggs to Breasts (Sponsored by Feminist Art Program at CalArts), 1972. The Getty Research Institute, 2000.M.43.1. Photograph ©Lloyd Hamrol. Plate 8.2: Martha Rosler, still image from Semiotics of the Kitchen, 1975, video (black and white, sound, 6:09 min.). Courtesy Mitchell Inness Nash Gallery.©Martha Rosler. Plate 8.3: Carrie Mae Weems, The Kitchen Table Series: Untitled (Woman Brushing Hair), 1990. Platinum print; 38.1 x 38.1 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Purchase from the J. H.Wade Fund 2008.116.11. © Carrie Mae Weems. Plate 8.4: Liza Lou, Kitchen (1991–1995). Beads, plaster, wood and found objects, 96 x 132 x 168in. (243.8 x 335.3 x 426.7 cm).Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of Peter Norton 2008.339a‑x. © Liza Lou. Photograph: Sheldan C. Collins. Plate 9.1: Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Fashion Show (Im Teppichladen), 1979, from the series Sausage Photographs (Wurstserie). © Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery. Plate 9.2: Peter Fischli and David Weiss, With the Cavepeople (Hölenbewohner), 1979, from the series Sausage Photographs (Wurstserie). © Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery. Plate 9.3: Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Moonraker, 1979, from the series Sausage Photographs (Wurstserie). © Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery. Plate 9.4: Sigmar Polke, Bread Palm Tree (Brotpalme), 1966, reproduced in the portfolio made with Chris Kohlhöfer, . . . Higher Powers Command ( . . . Höhere Wesen befehlen), 1968. © 2017 The Estate of Sigmar Polke, Cologne / ARS, New York / VG Bild-Kunst Bonn. Plate 9.5: Bruce Nauman, Eating My Words, from the portfolio Eleven Color Photographs, 1966...


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