Food

Casimir: Food from the Niger Delta

In her new book ‘Did You Know We Taught Them How to Dance?‘, artist Zina Saro-Wiwa narrates an interaction between herself and Africa, laying claim to her Niger Delta homeland. She writes, “I make food to tell stories. I make food

Casimir: Food from the Niger Delta

In her new book ‘Did You Know We Taught Them How to Dance?‘, artist Zina Saro-Wiwa narrates an interaction between herself and Africa, laying claim to her Niger Delta homeland. She writes, “I make food to tell stories. I make food

The Mangrove Banquet (2015)

The Mangrove Banquet, is a feast performance for 50 people that took place at Blaffer Art Museum on the 19th November 2015. For the banquet Saro-Wiwa designed a five-course feast featuring ingredients from the Niger Delta crafted into new entities:

The Mangrove Banquet (2015)

The Mangrove Banquet, is a feast performance for 50 people that took place at Blaffer Art Museum on the 19th November 2015. For the banquet Saro-Wiwa designed a five-course feast featuring ingredients from the Niger Delta crafted into new entities:

Zina’s New West African Kitchen project debuts Paladar at Third Streaming Gallery, NYC 2012

On February 22nd 2012, Zina participated in the Paladar series, curated by Yona Backer at Third Streaming Gallery, Soho, New York. The Paladar series invited artists to create a feast for paying guests at the gallery. For her own Paladar,

Zina’s New West African Kitchen project debuts Paladar at Third Streaming Gallery, NYC 2012

On February 22nd 2012, Zina participated in the Paladar series, curated by Yona Backer at Third Streaming Gallery, Soho, New York. The Paladar series invited artists to create a feast for paying guests at the gallery. For her own Paladar,