July 30th: Sex and Underground Cabaret Planning

Eat Art Marathon


Pop-up restaurants have became more and more famous in the last few years. Ephemeral good food institutions in specifically new locations allows the chefs to change their routine and cook in another setting for a different clientele. Artists create temporary exhibits in galleries to present their work. Is there a way to present both together?


I contacted the creative cook Arturo Ayala for a possible collaboration on the project. Conversation and planning lead to a bigger project, which is the creation of the Montreal-based MTL Eat Art collective. This collective seeks collaborations for the proposal of events, creative gatherings, product designs, ...etc.

Here are the website, Facebook, and Instagram:





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