Kiss Me I’m French

Kiss me I’m French
200 pieces of chocolate, glass, fridge
Zumu, Museum on the move, Supermarket in Kyriat Yam
Curated by Ofra Harnam and Ruth Oppenheim

The work is an interactive sculpture composed of a collection of edible pieces, cast from the artist’s tongue and stored in a fridge. The pieces are made with Israeli chocolate "Elite".
The viewer is allowed to open the fridge, serve himself a bite of chocolate and chew the artist’s tongue, by doing so they enter a place of transit where the spoken language and its vessel, the tongue, are metaphors of motherland. The identity of the artist and her French nationality can be consumed and stored in the viewer’s body by performing a French kiss.  

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