Last week, I had the good fortune to attend Amy Rowat's last class/demo for her Science and Food class at UCLA. I had connected with her about my terra cibus project when she was teaching at Harvard, and she's now since relocated to California and bringing all of her great knowledge to us! The day […]
Barndiva's Salon des Sens exhibition was quite a success during the opening reception this weekend. A big thank you to Studio Barndiva and Curator Maggie Spicer who organized quite a 'palatable' exhibition revolving around the food we eat. As I flowed through the crowds, it was quite evident how art can influence our relationship to […]
We're very excited to be included with Maggie Spicer and BarnDiva for Salon des Sens opening in less than one month! Mark your calendar to come celebrate a melting pot of creative and conceptual art centered around our food. And, if you like Jazz, it's the opening weekend of the Healdsburg Jazz Festival (http://www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org). […]
As promised, here is the link for my interview on The Food Seen with Michael Harlan Turkell on Heritage Radio Network discussing my terra cibus project. You can also download it via iTunes along with lots of other cool Food Seen episodes. Thank you, Michael, so much for having me on your show! Alex Talbot, […]
When I'm not actually cooking, I'm reading about recipes and looking at photographs of pasta, chicken, steak, vegetables, and all the food I like to eat. I thought I knew what those things look like, but now I'm not so sure. via www.stayatstovedad.com
"terra cibus no.20: sugar 1" will be a part of this show. In conjunction with the artist reception, OCCCA will be hosting the official TEDxSAArtistsVillage (post conference) After Party. I will be attending and hope to see you at the festivities.
I was incredibly honored that my “terra cibus” series took third place in the International Photography Awards. I hope to be on hand at the exhibition at Splashlight Studios in New York on October 22.
Three images from my "terra cibus" series are included in "Food Con 2" at the Harrison Center for the Arts, Indianapolis, IN, 2 September – 30 September, 2011 ***UPDATE*** The Indianapolis Star did a write-up on the exhibit