Feral Trade Café at HTTP Gallery, London – open until 30 August 2009

From Furtherfield:

Due to the positive reception and continual influx of visitors to Feral Trade Café, by Kate Rich at HTTP Gallery, we have decided to re-open the exhibition until the end of August.

We are of course very pleased that visitors have enjoyed the exhibition so much and hope, that if you missed it before, that we will now entice you to come along and savour Mexican hot chocolate, Chevre sandwiches
and Montenegrin Delight, to name just a few of the delectable menu items on offer.

An art exhibition that is also a working café, Feral Trade Café serves food and drink traded over social networks, Feral Trade Café by artist Kate Rich (AU) provides a convivial setting from which to contemplate
broader changes to our climate and economies, where conventional supply chains (for food delivery and cultural funding) could go belly up.

Feral Trade received an Honorary Mention in this years’ Prix Ars Electronica. www.aec.at/humannature/en/

About the show & other info:
www.http.uk.net/exhibitions/FeralTradeCafe/index.shtml

Photos from the Opening Event
www.flickr.com/photos/http_gallery/sets/72157620396961159/

Article About the show on Gastrogeek:
gastrogeek.wordpress.com/2009/07/29/wasted-again/

Video by William Shaw from RSA Arts & Ecology about the show:
artsandecology.rsablogs.org.uk/2009/07/27/feral_trade/

Exhibition: Free entry
Days Open – Fri – Sun
Opening Times – 12 noon – 5pm
13 June – 30 August

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