The Rice Brewing Sisters Club’s CHEW CHEW SPIT SPIT explores development and how we might change the way it takes place by creating an ephemeral “land” that becomes a mixture, with in which bodies, physical objects and the climate all interface with each other. Using materials and ingredients from Joburg to bring their works to life, Rice Brewing Sister's Club will create an empty plot of land which is slowly developed by adding and mixing materials from Joburg. As it grows and mixes a picture of the way in which people, places and objects interact with eachother within an environment is developed.
Andeath’s Geologic Bakery traces the origins of the universe through “cosmic” baking. The project came into being while the artist was visiting the Andes. Here Andeath begun to see similarities in the way a mountain forms to the way bread and cake rise while baking. So begun a process of baking expirementation and the studying of geology, physics, maths, and astronomy to try make links between the origin of the universe and what goes on in her kitchen.
By bringing the project to South Africa, Keyes Art Mile not only gives you the chance to see work by Korean artists but also generates a dialogue between the two countries to engage with conceptions around modernity and development, and the different ways in which these manifest in the two countries.
There will be a number of events taking place for A Super Modern Project (Death is more.) with a gallery streaming from KIMKIM gallery and Rice Brewing Sisters Club and Andeath hosting interactive workshops where you can participate in their installations.
Sat, Dec 3 10:00–12:00 – DRY OR DIE with Rice Brewing Sisters Club.
Wed, Dec 7 10:00–11:30 – BREW OR DIE with Rice Brewing Sisters Club.
18:00–19:00 – KIM KIM gallery and Nayoung Kim present The Super Modern Project.
Sat, Dec 10 10:00–12:00 – Workshop with Andeath.
12:00 – SQUEEZE OR DIE with Rice Brewing Sisters Club.
To book for Rice Brewing Sisters Club's workshops click here.