Eat Your Art: There's a Feast Going on at Blaffer Art Museum

Kelly Klaasmeyer, Houston Press
In 1932, F.T. Marinetti penned the Futurist Cookbook, a work that decried pasta; stated that perfume should accompany food; recommended cork, sandpaper, sponge and felt-covered pajamas for dinner guests; and introduced the “polyrythmic salad,” which diners cranked out of a box … READ MORE

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