Minja Gu: Pasta Nowadays

Minja, a South Korean femme-presenting figure in a grey hoodie, stands over a kitchen bench decorated with kitchen ingredients.


Saturday, 29 June 2019, 1:30am


4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

181-187 Hay St, Haymarket

4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art presents Minja Gu’s (Korea) Pasta NowadaysMinja Gu’s works explore the cyclical forces of consumerism in society. Using durational performance, Gu facilitates contexts that transform everyday occurrences into ceremonies and rituals. In a performance lasting approximately two hours, Gu will use the ubiquitous act of making pasta as a relational act that encourages pause, reflection and communication among her participants. The noodles are made from diverse brands and flavors of flour from diverse origins and participants are welcome to wander in and out of the performance as they wish.


Top image: Image supplied.

This performance is presented in partnership with 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, West Space, The Korean Cultural Centre, Australia and the Kim Kim Gallery, and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism with support from the Korean Foundation for International Cultural  Exchange (KOFICE) as part of the Traveling Korean Arts Project ‘Take ( ) at face value’.
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