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At Green Beach, the Cooking Station took the form of a compact tower block constructed from pumice concrete, serving as a space for tea, alongside a horizontal slab designated for activities like washing, cutting, and grilling. The flat table was intricately woven among the rocks, using the beach’s sand and corals as a foundation to give its shape. A large opening, defining a fire pit capable of accommodating pots or a grill, serves as a crucial element of the structure. Traditional cooking vessels and shells were gathered from the elderly members of the community and available for communal use. Drifted floats, plastic containers, and ropes, washed ashore, served as impromptu seats and tables, completing the setting.


During the residency, we arranged lunch and dinner gatherings with friends, where grilled fish, tempura, and stews were prepared right on the beach and showcased on social media. All the culinary tools and firewood are kept in the nearby cave, inviting community members to freely make use of the vernacular kitchen at their convenience. A few weeks after its inauguration, the cooking station endured the impact of numerous storms and high tides. It will likely remain usable until the next typhoon season, after which it is expected to gradually disintegrate, restoring the beach to its original setting.

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Charlotte Haywoodは、ダイナミックで多面的なアーティストであり、コミュニティと情熱的に関わり、さまざまな分野を探求しています。学際的なアーティスト、コラボレーター、デザイナー、ファシリテーター、挑発者として、シャーロットの作品は、表現形式としての生態系、文化植物学、物質性、色彩心理、言語、音楽への深い関心によって推進されています。

オーストラリア、ニューサウスウェールズ州北部、Bundjalung Country >

Edward Horneは、教育者、ファシリテーター、挑発者、商業美術の製作者、インパクトのある公共作品や共同作品の製作者など、さまざまな役割に秀でた多才なアーティストです。アートや社会との関わりを通して、積極的に変化を促し、知識の共有を促進する。


オーストラリア、ニューサウスウェールズ州北部、Bundjalung Country >

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