Side Dish with The Soft Protest, Digest

Dinner Event on October 4, 19.00–22.30

Exhibition open on 5, 10,11,12 October, between 14.00–18.00

Tickets are including dinner and talk: € 20,80 

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Side Dish with Soft Protest, Digest

Dinner & talk: 04th October 19:00- 22:30

Side Dish is the parallel program of Corridor Project Space for 2019. Side Dish dives into the world of investigations. Through artistic installations we address eating and its experience, its habits, the buying behaviours formed around it, thinking of a broader reconsideration of the products and matters we eat. Within Side Dish, we have invited artists who approach food in a different way in order to share their preoccupations with a larger audience and extend their explorations through public discussions. Food can be used in their work as a theme, material or consider the food chain as subject of their practice. In the 5 Side Dish events throughout the year, each artist will collaborate with an expert – a professional involved in the local food production – and a chef. During these evenings we will share food with the audience (in the form of a dinner or a more experimental structure) alongside talks. For the forth Side Dish we have invited Soft Protest, Digest. More information will follow soon. 

Axe & Porridge (Sander Uitdehaag and Veniamin Kazachenko) will cook a meal in dialogue with Soft Protest, Digest’s research. The spontaneously combusted duo Axe & Porridge operates both as artists and chefs. The ability to appropriate both artistic and culinary domains ‘en flux’ by cooking in a guerrilla style, improvising and meeting new people, characterizes the duo. Exploring the interstice, Axe & Porridge will be providing the menu for the four upcoming events of Side Dish.

Corridor Project Space is an independent and interdisciplinary contemporary art initiative in Amsterdam with indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces. They believe in the importance of experimental art practices that focuses on the creation of new content that is off the grid from the institutional and commercial circles. Corridor Project Space is run by Suzan Kalle, Suat Öğüt and our lovely colleagues and volunteers! Special thanks to Nolwenn Salaün.

Side Dish is supported by Amsterdam Fund of the Arts and the Municipality of Amsterdam.