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Date: March 20, 2024
Time: 12:30
Location: meeting point at Studio ALTA, then departure together by bus
Event Type: Performative picnic
Organised By: Live Performance Bazaar

We’ll meet at Studio Alta before the bus departs and enjoy a hot beverage to set the stage for the culinary experience. Join us for this performative picnic in the garden of the Cabin Studio Pěčice as the landscape awakens the day before spring equinox. We’ll meet outside Studio ALTA before the bus departs, and enjoy a hot beverage to set the stage for the culinary experience. In Pěčice we will be eagerly awaited by a performative duo who will guide us through the landscape around and satiate all our senses. 


Meeting time: 12:30

Departure time: 13:00 (sharp)

Meeting point: outside Studio ALTA

Please wear your wellington boots, galoshes, or rubber boots and warm underwear! 

The expected return to Prague is between 19:00-20:00.


If My Tongue Could Stretch into the Landscape is a collaborative performance, merging site-specific practices focusing on food ecologies. The multi-sensory culinary experience reflects the surrounding landscape in an edible composition. Through six chapters, the two artists invite the audience to re-imagine the tactility of the landscape with gathered local and seasonal ingredients. While activating the senses through auditory and gustatory engagement, each person’s imagining of a “land tongue” is invoked throughout the dining experience in an experimental and conversational set-up.


Photo: Rita Couto

Heidi Hornáčková is an artist, performer, cook/baker and curator currently working in the Czech Republic and internationally. Her projects, in which food acts as the mediator of a shared moment, are rooted in contemporary visual art and experimental theater. She understands the process of food sharing as a unique mutual experience in time and space that allows for expanded opportunities for exploring perception and collective memory, using the playful, communal and transcendent potential of food to encourage neo-traditional ways of interpersonal and interspecies encounter.

Asli Hatipoğlu’s interdisciplinary social practice focuses on curating participatory dinners and installations that shed light on how culinary history and agricultural politics are changing our relationship to food. From working with micro-scale bacteria and yeasts to insects such as the domesticated silkworm, Hatipoğlu critically investigates ways of relating to our environment and ourselves. She researches production supply chains through performative acts to shed light to how humans influence other living organisms. After working several years as a self-taught chef, Asli deepened her knowledge of fermentation during her residency at the Food Lab Jan van Eyck Academie 2020-2021, along with participating in festivals such as Food Art Film Festival JVE (NL), Taking Root–Food Art Film Festival CCA Glasgow (UK), Foodculture Days Vevey (CH), Oerol Festival Terschelling (NL), Japanese Knotweed Festival at Mediamatic (NL) and Zamus Theaterhaus Cologne (DE). Her works have been exhibited and performed in places such as Zuiderzee Museum Enkhuizen, Radius CCA Delft, Fanfare Amsterdam, Perdu Amsterdam, Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam, Jan Van Eyck Academie Maastricht, Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster Germany, Hectolitre Art space Brussels and A.pass Brussels.


Supported by:

With the kind support of Studio Hrdinů.

The SHARING COURAGEOUS PRACTICES project is implemented with the financial participation of the EU through the National Recovery Plan and the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.

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