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by Kunstverein München

The fifth volume in the ‘Companion’ series documents a project at Kunstverein München by Antwerp-based food and film collective Otarkino, which presented three “film dinners” where narratives bounced from the plate to the screen and back again in sensuous interaction. Five films by directors Sergei Parajanov, Hiroshi Teshigahara, Sharon Lockhart, Shûji Terayama, and Jonas Mekas formed the integral backdrop to well-timed tastes and textures, evocative occurrences, and lingering fragrances, all carefully choreographed to arrive on cue. Otarkino consists of film curator Vincent Stroep and food collective Otark Productions (Hadas Cna’ani and Charlotte Koopman).

64 p, ills colour & bw, 15 x 21 cm, pb, German/English, Publisher Roma Publications

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