Rirkrit Tiravanija, FEAR EATS THE SOUL – Tray

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FEAR EATS THE SOUL – Tray

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Published 2018
A serving tray for onestar press
Fiberglass (Cottage White)
Silkscreen Printing (dishwasher safe)
41,5 x 31 cm – 16.3 x 12.2 inches
Open edition

Following onestar press’ inaugural tray project by Lawrence Weiner, we are proud to present Rirkrit Tiravanija’s FEAR EATS THE SOUL.
Here Tiravanija has appropriated his text from the title of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Ali: Fear Eats the Soul a film which still resonates today with its vibrant questions of race and class raised in 1970s Germany.
The 4-worded phrase used by Rirkrit literally “serves” as a cornerstone of his artistic practice, using appropriated language to underscore the exploration between art and food, and now perfectly encapsulated in a fiberglass tray produced by Cambro, Huntington Beach, CA U.S.A.

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