September the 3d - Sabrina Chou

Journal hebdomadaire
Sculpturegarden 2022

N° 7

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Original: 671a6f82 - "a button" by Sabrina Chou

a button

"Among the shells on a shore lies a button. In its accurate roundness and evenness it is a queer object here side by side with the diversified forms of nature."

-Anni Albers

Original: 8cd29a84 - "stones against diamonds" by Sabrina Chou

stones against diamonds

"Ever since I was a child I've collected things: pebbles, shells from the rocks in the Abruzzi, strands of wire, little screws. While I was still very young I remember something momentous happened in the form of a chicken my mother was preparing for our Sunday roast. In its stomach was a collection of glass and pebbles worn smooth by water, in shades of green, pink, black, brown and white. My mother gave them to me, and that was the start of my collection ..."

—Lina Bo Bardi, Stones Against Diamonds (1947)

Original: d238920a - "What is the collective?" by Flora Pazernyk

What is the collective?
I don't know, and I doubt that anyone does. I have never read anything that taught it to me. I have sometimes lived through certain events that make a little light in this dark. And sometimes, next to a dinner companion. This black category of collective, group, class, caste, whatever, is it a being in turn, or a cluster of relations?

Michel Serres: The Parasite

Original: 62e16675 - "Just as the world, in Leibniz's vision, " by Elisa Storelli

Just as the world, in Leibniz's vision, consists of a network of relations, so anyone who attempts to think about the world discovers that their thoughts are imbedded in a network of the thoughts of other people, both past and present, so that most of the ideas that they may for a moment have mistakenly taken for their own were in fact only passing through, having traveled from mind to mind from some origin far in the past.

Lee Smolin, The life of the Cosmos, Oxford University Press, p.222

Original: 0af8beee - "a successful relational tool that isn't " by Luzie Meyer

a successful relational tool that isn't a fork

a failed attempt to create a fork .......

A spork is a hybrid form of cutlery taking the form of a spoon-like shallow scoop with two to four fork-like tines.[1] Spork-like utensils, such as the terrapin fork or ice cream fork,[2] have been manufactured since the late 19th century;[3] patents for spork-like designs date back to at least 1874.The word spork is a portmanteau of spoon and fork.
Original: 37709390 - "Sandwich garniture" by Axelle Stiefel

Sandwich garniture

I think I'll serve some toast today
Oh no, there is no butter
Perhaps I'll find some jelly or jam
Amidst the cupboard's clutter
Sadly to say there is
no thing
To spread upon my bread
I'm forced to poke this knife
Into my hungry head
I bet inside there is mayonnaise
And something like smoked ham
My eyes can serve as olives
To garnish the sandwich I am

Original: 0c1de89a - "Digestive candy" by artistnetworktheory

Digestive candy

made with herbal tea:

1 tablespoon of chamomile

1 tablespoon of mint

1 tablespoon of fennel

1 tablespoon of dandelion

1 tablespoon of ginger

1/2 cup of sugar

1/3 cup corn syrup

1 cup of water

  1. Place one cup of water in a saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat. When this happens, add the herbs. Let the mixture boil for 10 minutes. After this time, turn off the heat and let the liquid stand for three minutes.

  2. Strain the liquid, add the sugar and corn syrup. Heat this mixture over low heat until it starts to boil. Let it boil, without stirring, until the mixture begins to crystallize. Do not let it harden completely. When this happens, turn off the heat.

  3. Pour the mixture onto a baking sheet greased with oil. Cut into cubes before the caramel cools completely. You can also use candy molds.

  4. When the candies are hard and cold, they are ready to eat.

Original: ce100240 - "tender button" by Axelle Stiefel

tender button

"Perhaps making kin can be conceived of as a process of consuming: we ingest, we digest, and we metabolize each other. This is a kinship that doesn't say anything at all. It's mouth is too full."

-Sabrina Chou

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Sabrina Chou

Original: 08f9d2ec - "Supported by" by META-FORKER

Supported by

Pro Helvetia Fondation suisse pour la culture

La Ville de Genève

Le Fonds cantonal d'art contemporain, DCS Genève

Design by / Printed by

Salome Schmuki/
Matteo Dufour