Zac Langdon-Pole is currently exhibiting work in the 2016 Fellbach Triennial of Small Sculpture titled FOOD – Ecologies of the Everyday in Fellbach Germany. Curated by Susanne Gaensheimer, Director of the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main, FOOD – Ecologies of the Everyday includes more than 40 international artists whose works reflect on the subject of food and the context of it’s production and consumption as paradigmatic, universal examples of social, political, ecological and economic interrelations.
The Triennial borrows its title from the still relevant project FOOD run by Gordon Matta-Clark together with fellow artists Carol Goodden, Tina Girouard, Suzanne Harris and Rachel Lew in Lower Manhattan in 1971-1974. The conceptual interest lies on the restaurant as a microsystem mirroring complex broader cultural, social and societal interlacings and cycles by the means of food, eating and nutrition.
The Triennial will run until 2 October 2016 at the Alte Kelter Fellbach, Untertürkheimer Strasse 33, Germany.
Image: Zac Landgon-Pole ‘King Bird of Paradise (Apoda)’ 2016)