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Dinner in the Dark II

As winter creeps back once again, it always surprises us with its intense darkness. The sun fades away now around 4:30pm, if it even comes out at all during the day. Much of our time now is spent with darkness outside the window, reminding us how precious the light really is. A couple weekends ago,...

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Shipping Container Installation Part 2

I want to tell you a story about my Thanksgiving. I know. I know. Thanksgiving is long gone and Christmas is right around the corner, but I have to finish the story of the shipping container installation. My week of the installation fell on the Sunday after Thanksgiving and concluded the series in the shipping...

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Shipping Container Installation Part 1

We’ve been away from CookingArchitecture for a bit so it feels like a long time since the Dia de Los Muertos dinner. But don’t worry… we’ve been keeping busy creating other art installations and large meals for people, and we have it here to share with you! In early October, ParProjects invited artists from around Ohio...

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Balloons!!!

So lets make balloons!! That’s how we felt with Kyle and Moe after our installation project took a sudden twist. It turns out that suggesting a floating installation is the quickest way to get your professors excited about something that in physics seems somewhat impossible. Not only was our installation...

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Our Kitchen Table

These three collages were an exploration of the meaning of the kitchen table and the environment surrounding a meal.  I started these one night at the kitchen table and then finished them the next morning outside on the patio, wind blowing my little magazine scraps all over the floor.  It was intended to inspire a...

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