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Eastside Projects, Birmingham
5 November 2010
Bone Dinner was a carnivorous feast based on Gordon Matta Clark’s ‘Bone Meal’, originally presented by Gordon Matta Clark at FOOD, Soho, New York in the 70s, Companis offered their own unique interpretation on edible bones and jewellery items for the diners in a thoroughly memorable evening of unusual dining.
Developed in association with food designers Blanch & Shock, artists Juneau Projects and jeweller Elizabeth Short.
This event was kindly supported by Eastside Projects and Fierce Festival’s Arts Council funded ‘Platinum’ artist-practitioner development programme.