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Infinity Kisses by Carolee Schneemann (2008)
In related “events I wish I could go to but can’t” - if you are in Ottawa, you have to go to this! Fine Cuisine for the Street Cats of Hull.
(Facebook event)

AXENÉO7 is proud to present, Fine Cuisine for the Street Cats of Hull, with invited guests American performance art legend Carolee Schneemann, prize-winning chef Marysol Foucault of Chez Edgar, joined by her mother, Diane Foucault and local artist Stefan St-Laurent, who has created this event as a closing for his exhibition Please Feed the Animals.
At once an artist talk, a cook-off and a screening, Fine Cuisine for the Street Cats of Hull is above all an unorthodox activist performance inciting discussion around humanity’s precarious relationship with the animal world.
Highlights of this one-night only presentation:
Screening of the newly edited version of Carolee Schneemann’s 1964 seminal performance Meat Joy, which features a cameo by her belated cat-companion Kitch.
A cooking station stocked with organic and regionally-sourced produce and meats for the preparation of fresh dishes for the areas cats.
Members of the public can participate in the interactive discussion and cook-off.
Accompanied cats will be allowed to attend the event for taste testing. 
WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2013 AT 7PM 

Infinity Kisses by Carolee Schneemann (2008)

In related “events I wish I could go to but can’t” - if you are in Ottawa, you have to go to this! Fine Cuisine for the Street Cats of Hull.

(Facebook event)

AXENÉO7 is proud to present, Fine Cuisine for the Street Cats of Hull, with invited guests American performance art legend Carolee Schneemann, prize-winning chef Marysol Foucault of Chez Edgar, joined by her mother, Diane Foucault and local artist Stefan St-Laurent, who has created this event as a closing for his exhibition Please Feed the Animals.

At once an artist talk, a cook-off and a screening, Fine Cuisine for the Street Cats of Hull is above all an unorthodox activist performance inciting discussion around humanity’s precarious relationship with the animal world.

Highlights of this one-night only presentation:

  • Screening of the newly edited version of Carolee Schneemann’s 1964 seminal performance Meat Joy, which features a cameo by her belated cat-companion Kitch.
  • A cooking station stocked with organic and regionally-sourced produce and meats for the preparation of fresh dishes for the areas cats.
  • Members of the public can participate in the interactive discussion and cook-off.
  • Accompanied cats will be allowed to attend the event for taste testing. 
WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2013 AT 7PM