Our need to connect is as fundamental as our need to eat. A warm handshake, a sympathetic hug or a congratulatory pat on the back – even the most simple gestures can mean a lot to us. Being touched makes humans feel calmer, happier, and more sane.
Skin Hunger strived to counter the lack of physical contact in our modern times by performing an individual tactile breakfast experience. Artist chef Alice Héron and artist Margherita Soldati explored the relationship between tactility and food through a 5 course breakfast experience. Read more about our past Neo Futurist Breakfast here.
Skin Hunger combined several massage and breathing exercises with the use of props to guide the experience. Here we sell the actual props used during the Skin Hunger breakfast.
Note: These items are only available when picked up at Mediamatic Biotoop.