Rirkrit Tiravanija Untitled (apron and Thai pork sausage) 1993

  • MoMA, Floor 4, 410 The David Geffen Wing

Untitled (apron and Thai pork sausage) is a multiple that can be used to make a pork sausage. Tiravanija is best known for creating situations in which the division between art object and everyday activity is deliberately blurred, by serving food in a gallery, for instance, or creating situations in which others are invited to produce something: “Like a good recipe, everyone knows what it is, what it tastes like and even how to make it again—perhaps even differently, following their own interpretation; or perhaps it would be a base for something completely different, a possibility.”

Gallery label from "Collection 1940s—1970s", 2019
Medium
Multiple of brown paper apron with string, tape, and decal, and Xeroxed recipe
Dimensions
sheet (irreg.): 41 1/4 x 28 1/16" (104 x 71.3 cm)
Publisher
Brain Multiples, Santa Monica, CA
Fabricator
Rirkrit Tiravanija, New York
Edition
25
Credit
Purchased with funds given by Linda Barth Goldstein
Object number
747.1995.a-b
Copyright
© 2019 Rirkrit Tiravanija
Department
Drawings and Prints

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