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Oggi a me, domani a te / Spazio Punch + Fugu Mag

We’ve already talked about Fugu – a six-monthly magazine that explores the close relationship between food and death. The first issue was presented in June at the Taste Festival 2012 Berlin at the Direktorenhaus Gallery, the second issue in New York, at Maurizio Cattelan and Massimiliano Gioni’s gallery Family Business, as part of the exhibition These Peanuts Are Bullets, cured by Le Dictateur.
The place chosen for the launch in Italy is Spazio Punch, the date is not casual: friday, november 2nd. For the occasion, the editors Marcella Foschi and Alice Gemignani – in collaboration with Valeria Muledda, Grazia Sechi and the curatorial contribution of Francesca Crudo – will present Oggi a me, domani a te (Today for me, tomorrow for you), a site-specific performance to speak about the magazine, its form, its contents and its most hidden aspects. Oggi a me, domani a te is a self-invite dinner where you just need to arrive on time, between 7 and 8 pm, not a minute later. The doors will be reopened at 22 for latecomers.
More on www.spaziopunch-eng.tumblr.com 

Oggi a me, domani a te
Spazio Punch + Fugu Mag
November 2, 2012
h 7 pm
Spazio Punch
Giudecca, 800/o
Venice, Italy


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