AAWAA  Asian American Women Artists Alliance

"Eat Art 8"

December 4, 2005
AAWAA Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

The spirit of the "Eat Art" exhibit: a conglomeration of food, humor, visual delight, fun, eating, taste, surprise and metaphor.

Participanting artists: Cao Ai, Cecile Chong, Seema Christie, Yvette Castro, Candace Hsiao, Anki King, Yan Kong, Andrea Mai Lekberg, Aimee Margolis, Mercedes Nunez, Olgica Radulov, Nana S. park, Ary Roncaglia, Miyoung Song, Xin Song, Camila Valdeavellano, Yu Zhang

 
  Yvette Castro, Marcedes Nunez, Tricia Daniel, Phil Lorenz, Judy Lorenz
"Rancho Alegre"

Icing and candies on styrofoam plate form
     
 Cecile Chong
"Liberty"

Pain(t), nails, gel and bone
     
  Seema Christie
"Chocolate Goddess, Nani-ma, Grandmother"

Chocolate on parchment
     
  Candace Hsiao
"Ashanti Fertility Doll Sugar Cookies"

Cookie Cutter made by Victor Belcore
     
  Candace Hsiao
"Hanging Time-Lapse Mixed Fruit"

Assorted fruit and water
     
 

Anki King
"Untitled"

Spaghetti table top installation

     
     
  Yan Kong
"Agar Agar"
Landscape, seaweed gelatin
     
 

Yan Kong
"Piñata Clouds"

Paper and goodies

     
  Yan Kong
"Chinese Checker Game"
Game board-sugar, corn syrup, food coloring, nuts, gumballs, candies
     
 

Andrea Mai Lekberg
"Gingerbread Samplers"

gingerbread and royal icing

     
 

Andrea Mai Lekberg
"Mary Jane Dress"

candy wrappers, muslin and buttons

     
  Daniel Levitt

"All Fly Away"

Marshmallow Peeps

     
 

Aimee Margolis
"Place Setting"

(plates) part of series

     
 

Nana S. Park
"Single"

Wood frame, coffee beans on paper

     
 

Nana S. Park
"Double"

Wood frame, coffee beans on paper

     
 

Nana S. Park
"Double + 1"

Wood frame, coffee beans on paper

     
 


Olgica Radulov
"Teacups and Panteas"

Tea bags and thread

     
 

Ary Roncaglia
"Guava Men"

Vinyl frame, mniniature men made out of guava paste

     
 

Camila Valdeavellano
"Solanum Tuberosum"

Lamas made from organic potatoes

     
 

Xin Song
"Chinese Zodiac Animals"

Seeweed

     
  audience at Eat Art 8
     
 
  A special musical performance of original compositions by Feng Ke and kemaxu
 

This exhibition is made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State council on the Arts administered by the Brooklyn Arts Council.