AboutThursday 3rd April, 7:30pm
Guest Projects, London E8 4QL
Our first supperclub of 2014 kicks off with an evening inspired by the dot dabbled mind and work of Japanese native Yayoi Kusama. Guests will be lead on an exploratory evening of the artist, whilst special Guest Host Ayuko Sugiura leads an evening of visual theater and discovery.
For the occasion, Molecular Gastronomy novice Guest Chef Jozef Youssef (of Michelin-starred restaurant Fat Duck) will creatively explore Kusama's art and life through a sensory playful multi-course meal, which will be sure to leave you anything but indifferent. BYOB
Born in Japan (1929), Yayoi Kusama has developed her practice for almost seventy years; exploring painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, performance, film, installation art, literature and fashion. The defining motifs of her art can be read as polka dots, which have their roots in hallucinations Kusama has suffered from since childhood. Her work shares affiliations with Surrealism, Minimalism, Pop art, Eccentric Abstraction and Feminist art, being show throughout the world, notably at major touring retrospective in 2011-12 at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofà a, Madrid; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Tate Modern, London; and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
The Menu can accommodate any dietary requirements.
Book tickets via the below link and online here -
* Student Discount: %15 off standard tickets. Early-bird tickets do not apply. Student ID must be shown at door to confirm concession ticket.
For more details and to confirm your reservation, please email - firstname.lastname@example.org **Seats are limited
Proceeds from this event will go towards Guest Projects residency programme.