Hans Haacke, Condensation Cube, 1963
Mary McIntyre, The Lough V
Cliona Harmey, rain video installation 3 video loops and audio track,height 2(6ft x 8ft)
Cliona has various sound and video projects relating to water on her website
Francis Alys, Something Leads to Nothing
Richard Long, White Water Line, 1990 from the Guardian website Link
Henk Hofstra's Blue Road in Drachten (Holland) stretches 1000 meters long
Ceal Floyer, H2O Diptych, two monitors, two DVDs, Silent, 60 mins each Edition 4 of 5 2002
In this video diptych there is a glass of sparkling water losing its fizz and a pot of water boiling.
Jeppe Hein - Appearing Rooms - sculptural fountain
Greyworld have developed a system for writing with bubbles in water http://www.greyworld.org/#experiments_/i1
Gary Coyle, Lovely Water
From a series of photographs taken by the artist during daily swims in the sea.
Kathy Prendergast, The End and the Beginning II, 1996, three generations of human hair & wooden spool, 5.5 x 4 cm
Lorna Simpson, Wigs, waterless lithograph on felt. Walker Art Center Collection, T. B. Walker Acquisition Fund, 1995.
Mona Hatoum, Exodus II, 2002, card board, leather, metal. human hair, wax
Ann Hamilton, Tropos An installation invloving the filling of a warehouse with horse hair.
An electron microscope image of Anne Bronté's hair by Cornelia Parker
Untitled (Facial Hair Transplants), Ana Mendieta, March-April 1972/1997.
Andrew Folan -Link
Marina Abramovic and Ulay
Robert Gober, Untitled Candle, Beeswax, string and human hair
Jim Dine, Hair, c.1969; a pair of pencil drawings
Kiki Smith, Wolf Girl, 1999, Etching on paper, 20 x 16 inches
I've been listening to Various episodes of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour while working in my studio recently. For a bit of fun I have decided to do a series of posts featuring art work relating to one of Bob's themes. Up first: food.
This still life was sculpted from wet coloured toilet paper by Caroline McCarthy.
Caroline McCarthy, Still Life 2002, C-print, 24 13/16 x 35 7/16 inches (63 x 90 cm), edition 3 of 6, framed
Can't have a thread about food and art without Claes Oldenburg.
Claes Oldenburg, (installation at Green Gallery, New York, Fall 1962 including Floor Cake and Floor Cone) Canvas filled with foam rubber and cardboard boxes, painted with synthetic polymer paint and latex
Tonico Lemos Auad
Joseph Beuys, Fat Chair
Antony Gormley, Bed, 1980-1981, bread and paraffin wax
Alice Maher, Bread Tree
There are a lot of artists working with bread. Here is Alice Maher's Bread Tree which was featured in an exhibition in west cork to do with bread. http://www.breadmatters.org
Tom Friedman, Loop, spaghetti
David Sherry pays for meals he hasn't eaten http://www.dave-sherry.com/performance_3.htm
Janine Antoni, gnaw
600 lbs. of chocolate, gnawed by the artist. 600 lbs. of lard, gnawed by the artist. Display case with 45 heart-shaped packages for chocolate made from chewed chocolate removed from the chocolate cube and 400 lipsticks made with pigment, beeswax and chewed lard removed from the lard cube.
All of this food has one invetiable conclusion. Here is Wim Delvoye's famous (infamous?) machine which recreates the process of human digestion. It is fed, digests the food, and defecates.
Wim Delvoye, Cloaca
Here it is featured on Eurotrash http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdlLBWymnUA