Presented by The Gramounce supper club, 'You Used to Call Me on Your Cell Phone' is a dining experience exploring notions of millennial capitalism, voluntary invigilance and Instagram. They'll cook you the most googled recipe and your favourite influencer's meal. A vegan tasting menu for the young and yoga, for the short focused and down scrollers.
Enjoy a tasting menu in the middle of The Other Art Fair! Themed around millennial capitalism, artist Nora Silva from The Gramounce supper-club will envision a dinner where every plate is based on a concept.
Enjoy a tasting menu in the middle of The Other Art Fair and take the recipes home! Always wondering how would you make the food you eat when you are out? Take all the recipes home on a Gramounce USB.
Enjoy a tasting menu in the middle of The Other Art Fair, take the recipes home and own one of the ceramic pieces that will form part of The Gramounce exhibition display. One ceramic orange sized around 7cm
Forum: Of Hosts & Guests curated by Katherine Finerty and organised by Open Space
Photo Credit: Ben Peter Catchpole, Courtesy of Open Space & Nora Silva
The Gramounce is a supper club that establishes the meal as a new display context to access contemporary art. The guest’s attention is choreographed to better engage with the work shown. We organise dinners where an artist is commissioned to exhibit under the idea of the supper as an exhibition. We use cooking as a practice based research process. The Gramounce is run by artists Nora Silva and Finn Thomson. It was born out of art collective MilesKm as a fundraiser in 2014.
Nora Silva is a Spanish-Chilean artist based in London. She graduated from the Royal College of Art in July 2017, and recent solo shows include Hear Me Whisk at Lajuan gallery in Madrid, and Your Friendly Local, at Chalton Gallery in London. Nora manufactures contexts and build sculptural installations as a fiction from where to address political issues. She also co-directs The Gramounce, an exhibition supper club, and MilesKm, an arts collective for the research of collaborative practices within the arts.