Artshow: The Body Part Bakery

Künstler Kittiwar Unarroms Körperteil-Bäckerei hatte ich hier schonmal vor ein paar Jahren, aber da der Mann eine neue Ausstellung am Start hat, dort seine gebackenen Arme, Beine und Köpfe zeigt und CNN dazu eine Story mit schicken Bildern von essbaren Körperteilen hat, muss ich den natürlich nochmal bringen.

Dismembered human body parts covered in blood are packaged like fresh food found in supermarkets. To achieve this authentically horrific aesthetic, Kittiwat spent a great deal of time studying anatomy and visiting forensic museums while at the same time working to improve the taste of his artworks.

“The first series was edible, but they were not delicious. And I don’t want art to just be an object of art; I want the audience to feel involved. I tried hard to make the artworks more and more flavorful,” says Kittiwat.

In 2008, Kittiwat baked fresh heads for the audience to eat at his Body and the Dead exhibition — the tiny heads smelled and tasted fantastic — though it was an odd sensation if you allowed yourself to look into their eyes before biting into them.

Tales from the kitchen of Thailand’s most gruesome baker (Danke Kelly!)

Vorher auf Nerdcore:
Thailands Körperteil-Bäckerei
Anatomisch korrektes Totenschädel-Brot

Hier nochmal das Video von damals, guten Appetit.


(Youtube Direktbodyparts)