Over the past months, aneducation team for documenta 14 has co-produced a number of meals with neighbours and guest artists. The point being that coming to a table together is often very different than coming to an exhibition space. Talk, tone, taste, timing are all part of a learning process and lead us to the question, how can knowledge be nourishing? During this time together we’ll not only reflect with our heads but also our hands on the gestures involved in sharing information and feelings, the forms which co-authorship can take, as well as the politics of what it is to host others and hold others within those forms.
Part of “Knowledge gathering – Gathering knowledge” – A Cooperation between Kunsthochschule Kassel, Bern University of the Arts, and Aalto University Helsinki in the last week of Documenta 14.
is an art educator from Zimbabwe, who cooks as part of her practice. She is currently aneducation Coordinator for documenta 14. She has taught at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, the Piet Zwart Institute’s Master of Education in Art, and the University of Cape Town. Her own education includes an MFA from the School of Missing Studies, an MA in Curating the Archive from the University of Cape Town, and participation in the De Appel Curatorial Program. Some collaborative and individual endeavors include Men Are Easier to Manage Than Rivers (2015); The Principles of Packing... on two travelling exhibitions (2012) and If A Tree... on the Second Johannesburg Biennale (2012).