Exploring mortality's weight across various time scales, Hautemulle’s practice questions values shaped by finite time. From geological epochs to personal lifetimes, she questions productivity, progress, pleasure, beauty, goodness and value.
How in our mortality, do we consume time?




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MICHAEL HUATEMULLE
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︎︎︎ michael.hautemulle@gmail.com
︎︎︎ @michaelhautemulle
Seder
Meal for 18 people
Eighteen original dinner plates, Seventeen embroidered cloth napkins, One painted cloth napkin, One embroidered cloth tablecloth 12x3m, Eighteen wine glasses, One oak cutting board, One porcelain bowl, One porcelain water pitcher, Four bottles of kosher wine, One piglet on barbecue, Four Masks made of fabric and glass beads,One master of ceremonies,Two servers, One butcher
34:27minutes
2013