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The publication BREAD BANTER accompanies the project and performance of artist April Gertler TAKE THE CAKE: SODA BREAD, first performed in Temple Bar Gallery + Studio, Dublin, and at Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, in 2022.
The riso publication comprises over 30 collected recipes and stories around Cork and Dublin, including Mick O'Shea, Rory O'Connell, and Darina Allen.
An ongoing project of artist April Gertler, TAKE THE CAKE is a hybrid lecture performance / baking show with the intention of examining the historical trajectory of common ingredients of a cake using a feminist and post-colonial perspective.
The cake is the vehicle used to explore the complexity of our cultural, historical and social landscapes. TAKE THE CAKE: SODA BREAD was commissioned by Terms of Consumption by curator Julia Gelezova. Terms of Consumption reviews and revises Irish cultural identity through contemporary visual arts practices that in turn engage in conversations around food histories and culture.
Contributors: Aideen Farrell, Ailbhe Cunningham, Anne Boddaert, Anne Clarke, Claudia Barton, Darina Allen, David McGinn, Dearbhla Clarke, Eavan Aiken, Eileen Kelleher, Irene Murphy, Jennie Moran, JR Ryall, Julia Gelezova, Julie Seydoux, Maureen McLaughlin, Michaela Heyer, Mick O'Shea, Miriam and Joan O'Connor, Morvern Odling, Pádraig Spillane, Paula Daly, Peggy Taylor, Peter Foynes, Rachel Allen, Rita Hynes, Rory Morrish, Rory O'Connell, Roseanne Lynch, Sarah Kelleher, Stephen Brandes, and Stephen McGlynn.
The book and project is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.
Published by Terms of Consumption
Signed and Numbered Edition of 200
180 x 250mm