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Starting in January, a series of four evening meals is being held in the open kitchen at the Israeli Center for Digital Art dedicated to exploring the connections between food and law. The discussions are recorded (audio) for the purpose of research and preparation of an artwork, and serve as a basis and investigation for the artwork that will be shown in an exhibition at Artport entitled “Towards Legal Imagination” (curator: Avi Feldman).

The discussions are held while preparing and eating the meal, and attempt to clarify questions associated with the connection between food and security: food security; food as a political issue: the “red line” food practices in the Gaza blockade; punitive rations/daily bread in prison; hunger strikes; force feeding; and more.

The discussions touch on legal, theoretical, and practical issues concerning the diverse power relations between feeder and fed, between host and guest, and between diner and diner. And in the background, the similarities and differences between feeding-catering-fattening-entertaining-food bank-infusion-force feeding.

 

Hosts and Feeders

Thalia Hoffman

Dr. Yoav Kenny (The Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Tel Aviv University; Editor-in-chief, Mafte’akh – Lexical Review of Political Thought)


Diners/Discussants include:

Dr. Eyal Gross, Dr. Itamar Mann, Dr. Yonatan Mendel, Dr. Yofi Tirosh, Atty. Carmel Pomerantz, Dr. Michal Givoni, Dr. Tziki Cohen.

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Meal // Feeding

Starting in January, a series of four evening meals is being held in the open kitchen at the Israeli Center for Digital Art dedicated to exploring the connections between food and law. The discussions are recorded (audio) for the purpose of research and preparation of an artwork, and serve as a basis and investigation for the artwork that will be shown in an exhibition at Artport entitled “Towards Legal Imagination” (curator: Avi Feldman).

The discussions are held while preparing and eating the meal, and attempt to clarify questions associated with the connection between food and security: food security; food as a political issue: the “red line” food practices in the Gaza blockade; punitive rations/daily bread in prison; hunger strikes; force feeding; and more.

The discussions touch on legal, theoretical, and practical issues concerning the diverse power relations between feeder and fed, between host and guest, and between diner and diner. And in the background, the similarities and differences between feeding-catering-fattening-entertaining-food bank-infusion-force feeding.

 

Hosts and Feeders

Thalia Hoffman

Dr. Yoav Kenny (The Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Tel Aviv University; Editor-in-chief, Mafte’akh – Lexical Review of Political Thought)


Diners/Discussants include:

Dr. Eyal Gross, Dr. Itamar Mann, Dr. Yonatan Mendel, Dr. Yofi Tirosh, Atty. Carmel Pomerantz, Dr. Michal Givoni, Dr. Tziki Cohen.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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