NOBA Nordic Baltic contemporary art platform

“Kakuke frying onions aka the kitchen side of graphic art” is an exhibition about food, imprints, collaboration and yellow paint.

On the menu:
The appetizer à laserigraphy
The main course typesetting and paper from TYPA
And for dessert, lithography.

The process stems from Catherine Brooks’ text “Three Ways To Use Yellow”. The workshop is transformed into a kitchen, with pigments, spices, cloth pieces and wooden letter boiling away in a witches cauldron. The artist- witches play around with recipes and try to understand the mystery of graphic art.

Collective Kakuke:
Eva Eller
Maria Pruuden
Johanna Rannu
Kärt Heinvere
Pavel Dodatko
Anna Petruželovà

Supervisors: Britta Benno, Charlotte Biszewski, Maria Erikson, Liina Siib

EKA Department of Graphic Art, class of 1st year BA studies

Exhibition is supported by Estonian Artists’ Association

Gallery name: ARS Art Factory

Address: Pärnu mnt 154, Tallinn

Open: 14.06.2021 - 19.06.2021