By Rania Ho, Thy Tran, and Bryan Wu
Project Launch: Art Books, Tastings, and Food Demonstrations
The Survival Project is an exploration of food and resilience during extreme times. Delving into culinary traditions that sustained individuals through war and migration, this launch features limited-run folios and special food demonstrations. In Volume 1 of our project, we highlight resourceful preparations of local ingredients such as rice, cassava, pine, and dandelion.
Food traditions are vital to culture and community. Drawing from oral histories, including the experiences of their own families, the artists share recipes and techniques for coping with a range of crises. The Survival Project places the fundamental quest for nourishment within a larger historical context, showing the depth and capacity of human resilience.
The Survival Project launch will include food demonstrations and tastings. A limited number of the mini-folio art books will be available for purchase.
Saturday, May 20, 2017 5:00 – 7:00pm
Food demonstrations: 5:30 & 6:30pm
41 Ross Alley, San Francisco, CA
Thank you: Earl Gonzalez, Denise Ho, Winifred and Eugene Ho, Michael Kressner, Chau Smith and Pearl Wong
Special thanks to:
Our project launch at 41 Ross Gallery:
Michael Kressner Photography
Volume 1 folios and famine kit: