Shamanic Organic Contemporary Cuisine

Do you ever feel anxious, confused or disoriented?

Do you have trouble differentiating the Organic from the Synthetic?

Do you ever feel hungry?

Not just a “I haven’t eaten a thing all day except a muffin” kind of hunger but a deeper, ancient, burning cavity within yourself which yearns for something stranger, something more indefinable than what all 27 aisles of the local supermarket have failed to provide you with. Well, take heart dear friends for in these uncertain modern times SHAMANIC ORGANIC CONTEMPORARY CUISINE is here to provide you with the answers for which you seek by supplying unique recipes specially designed to fill that hole… for LIFE!

About the Artist

Robin Hungerford is a Sydney-based artist whose work utilises a diverse range of media and techniques including papier-mâché, drawing, video, kinetic installations and, on occasion, live insects and animals. More recently his practice has expanded to include himself as a performer in videos and live works. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Western Sydney and a Master of Visual Arts from the University of Sydney. He has exhibited on numerous occassions in ARIs across Sydney, was a finalist in the 2010 Helen Lempriere Travelling Scholarship and one of the artists featured in Let the Healing Begin at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane.
Thomas Hungerford is an emerging contemporary artist and multi instrumentalist who holds a Bachelor in Fine Arts (Hons) from Sydney College of the Arts. His practice revolves primarily around creating audio and visual installations made from a variety of materials such as musical instruments, electric motors and a variety of modified ready-made objects. These installations are designed to create a feeling of 'otherworldliness' and induce a hypnotic-like trance within the viewer. Thomas also performs bass guitar and vocals in the experimental grind-core metal band ‘Mother Eel’.


Dates: 19-27 May

Location: Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne (tram route 57, stop 12)

Times: 7pm-10pm (except 21 and 24 6pm-10pm)

Ticket prices: Free

This event is also part of Day Pass 9 

Wheelchair accessible: Yes



Dates: 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27 May

Location: Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall, 521 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne (tram route 57, stop 12)

Times: 6pm

Duration: 40 minutes

Ticket prices: Free

Bookings essential via Venue Tix 1300 30 40 72 or online

This event is also part of Day Pass 7 

Wheelchair accessible: Yes

Warnings: Audience members will be offered food that may contain nuts



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