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January
2007

Tasty Lace

Edible lace

Dutch artist and food designer Katja Gruijters doesn’t feel her work is complete until it’s eaten. Her “Tasty Lace” exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design will be an audience-participation event. “Newly designed tiles in white, bittersweet, and milk chocolate, sugar, genoise, shortbread, winegums, and brownies will be presented as a patchwork installation piece. Visitors will be invited to break, cut and tear apart the work of art, then consume it.” Tea, donated by The Shaded Leaf, will be served to help digest the work. Reservations are required for this unusual feast.

Tasty Lace: An Edible Lace High Tea
Hosted by Dutch artist and food designer Katja Gruijters
Monday, January 29, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Fee: $25 per person, which includes tea and edibles.
Information and reservations:212.956.3535, X127.



2 COMMENTS SO FAR...

Kristen says on January 24th, 2007 at 6:24 pm:

That is one event I wouldn’t want to pass up! Are you going?

Kelli Bernard says on January 25th, 2007 at 9:53 pm:

While it does look interesting, I’m already booked for a networking event that night. If you go send some pictures!



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