Erik Benjamins

4 August 2020

  1. After-Dinner Walk
  2. Alex Reed’s Home Work
  3. Bookends & Good Hugging
  4. Bookshelves & Hard Optimism
  5. Bottega Louie
  6. Building Block
  7. Butts of Florence
  8. Crying Into the Breadbox
  9. Disintegrating Smeller
  10. Eric Payne
  11. Forgetting the Words
  12. Free Smells
  13. Happiness for Art21 Magazine
  14. Jeremy Hunter's Practice of Life
  15. SBCo
  16. Self-squaring and Double Acting
  17. Sitting Suite for Seed
  18. Use All Five
  19. Wood Fire Chicken for Lucky Peach
  20. Young Joon Kwak’s ‘The Cave’
  21. Show All

After-Dinner Walk 2017

Whirring down the Capucijnenstraat, a commissioned essay for the Gut Feelings Exhibition Catalog (2017).

Curator Sarah Higgins had big, weird plans for the catalog accompanying her group exhibition, Gut Feelings. She invited a diverse group of contributors to reflect on—and meander from—the show’s thematic focus on the intimate and political relationships found between food and power. My contribution, Whirring down the Capucijnenstraat, materialized as fifteen footnotes that anchored themselves to other texts and design elements that ran throughout the entire publication, creating a slow, gestational, and unexpected space for embodied contemplation.

Published by Zuckerman Museum of Art
Kennesaw, GA
First Edition, 2017
68 pages, Full Color, 6 x 12 in.