Judith Klausner, 'Toast Embroidery #3: Mold 1' 2010, toast, thread, paper (structural)

Toast Embroidery - Judith G. Klausner has yet again shown her talent with her series of 'Toast Embroidery.' The series focuses on three different slices of.

Judith Klausner, Condiment Wallpaper #1, 2011, paper, yellow mustard, ketchup, rose jam, barbecue sauce

Condiment Wallpaper dimensions materials paper, yellow mustard, ketchup, rose jam, barbecue sauce date 2011 Judith G.

Tom Friedman Untitled, 1990 Bubble gum Approximately 1,500 pieces of chewed bubble gum molded into a sphere and displayed at head height in a corner, hanging by its own stickiness

Tom Friedman Untitled, 1990 Bubble gum Approximately pieces of chewed bubble gum molded into a sphere and displayed at head height in a corner, hanging by its own stickiness

"Much art made from rubbish is challenging to conserve, but few pieces are as difficult to display as a now legendary sculpture made by the late British artist Helen Chadwick. In 1986 she constructed a glass tower for her solo show at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London and filled it with rotting food waste which she collected from her neighbours in east London. The resulting piece, entitled “Carcass”, had to be topped up every day as the organic matter decomposed..." FT

Carcass by Helen Chadwick, at the Of Mutability Show, ICA London I seem to remember this column of rotting matter actually exploded and closed the gallery whilst they cleared up.

Kawita Vatanajyankur, The Squeezers, 2015  from Work HD colour video 2:35 minute loop, edition of 3 + 1 AP

Kawita Vatanajyankur, The Squeezers, 2015 from Work HD colour video minute loop, edition of 3 + 1 AP

Matthew Brandt Two Big Macs, 2011/2016 hamburgers in plexi boxes 6-1/2 x 3 x 3 inches unique

Matthew Brandt Two Big Macs, hamburgers in plexi boxes x 3 x 3 inches unique

Katherine Berger | Ghost

Brenda May Gallery Katherine Berger - Ghost Chicken This work is strictly copyright © Katherine Berger

Elevating Food Waste from the Dumpster to the Art Gallery | Aliza Eliazarov

Artist Aliza Eliazarov’s tableaux of rescued food highlight just how much Americans waste.

Wim Delvoye, Marble Floor #88, 1999, c-print

Wim Delvoye, Marble Floor c-print

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