Is Cooking Art? | Hangout on Air

This is an archived version of the ‚Cooking Meets Art‘ Hangout On Air that took place on 1 August, 2013 at Tate Britain.

The Fabulous Baker Brothers, food art historian Janine Catalano, and Tate curator Alison Smith, join BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz and online contributors for a lively discussion about cooking and art.

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  • jack halford
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    I've got too disagree with the fabulous baker brothers on destroying food at the end because nothing lasts for ever.In my opinion food is art, if it's been created Ian's the ingredients are the medium. We have painted food because its there and we eat it because its there. We consume paintings and food with our eyes and I've used the same words to describe flavours and colours for example scrummy colours. Erm also you have to think of bright vibrant Indian dishes, they're obsessed with colour..

  • jack halford
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    Also the Indians and in fact Aztecs used to sacrifice animals and food, if I think of animals I think of their skins which have been used to craft things to look at

  • Tate
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    This is an archived version of the 'Cooking Meets Art' Hangout On Air that took place on 1 August, 2013 at Tate Britain.

    The Fabulous Baker Brothers,  food art historian Janine Catalano, and Tate curator Alison Smith, join BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz  and online contributors for a lively discussion about cooking and art.

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