EntomoThings

EntomoThings
Researchers: Zeenath Hasan and Cris Argüelles
OPENING: MARCH 20TH, 1-4 PM
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EXHIBITION: MARCH 20TH-APRIL 17TH, Sundays NOON-4 PM (Please note: closed for Easter, Sunday March 27th)
Entomophagy or the practice of eating insects is seen as two worlds colliding. An essential dichotomy
of nature – culture is drawn causing a living off, rather than a living with, across this divide.
EntomoThings is a proposal materialised with the help of Barad’s ‘agential cut’. The exhibition offers
a construction of the everyday as a speculative glimpse of that which is excluded in the interaction
between humans and insects. Visitors can cook and eat at the DIY Pesto Bar which will be open every
Sunday as part of the exhibition EntomoThings. EntomoThings is a collaboration between Zeenath
Hasan, architect Cris Argüelles and with students from KEA, Københavns Erhvervsakademi. Cris
Argüelles is co-founder of blast!arch; a creative studio inspired by the intersection of digital, design and
architecture.