Venue: F.K.Kollektiv – FotoKlub Kollektiv
What better way to address consumerism than with an art installation that you can actually consume? Eat your way through Annique Delphine’s entirely edible exhibition, The Last Supper. You may encounter apples dripping with edible glitter, chocolate sauce melted over ice-cream, donuts, marshmallows, and all things boobs in this gluttonous installation. While we drool over the delectable feast laid before us, Annique asks us to contemplate the sexual objectification of women and the way in which they are portrayed as objects of consumption in the media. This is the first installation of the series, Bites & Pieces, curated by Emma McKee and Tania Olivares, which explores food as a temporal medium. The Last Supper will be live streamed, so if you can’t make it to the event you can still witness consumerism in action.