Installations and sculptures by Miriam Lenk
25 / 02 / 22 to 25 / 04 / 22
Installations and sculptures by Miriam Lenk Opening on Friday, February 25 from 6:00 pm The gallery transforms into a mixture of coral reef and baroque cave. The front wall of the room is dominated by an altar-like installation and octopussy floats from the ceiling above the panel. There it continues to sway in the form of baroque plates and chalices, which seem to have freed themselves from Lenk’s sculptures. Guests can escape the cold Berlin February for an evening and recharge themselves aesthetically and culinarily in Meerschaum-Gewoge.
Read also the article published in DEEDS.NEWS with a 3D presentation.
To accompany the exhibition we serve the menu
flow – pour – lay
The menu served in Miriam Lenk’s ceramics is a succession of dishes of different consistencies and colours that are placed or poured into the baroque-looking plates and goblets.
The waiter comes to the place and waters, pours or dusts the plate with another element of the menu, so that there is always eating up and renewing, and always different combinations and additions. A relay race of seafood and floral dishes.