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Five Feelings About Food (2005)

As the world's only "sustenance artists," Mimi Oka and Doug Fitch create multi-sensory dining experiences, site-specific sculpture, and photographs of imagined eating experiences. But ... See full summary »

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As the world's only "sustenance artists," Mimi Oka and Doug Fitch create multi-sensory dining experiences, site-specific sculpture, and photographs of imagined eating experiences. But they're also entertainers, creators of eating communities, and provocateurs of dining conventions. "Five Feelings about Food" travels with them to a small town in France as they explore what can be eaten, how it's eaten, and how eating affects our bodies, senses and minds. Written by Cornelia Ravenal

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27 April 2005 (USA)  »

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American Cornelia Ravenal and Swedish Mikael Sodersten first met at Harvard, lost touch, then reconnected after a 19 year separation. Shortly after shooting "Five Feelings about Food" they got married. See more »

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