Jennifer Rubell’s Food Installation @ Rubell Family Collection


Based loosely on the Goldilocks story, Jennifer Rubell’s installation consists of forty crock pots of porridge, brown sugar, and raisins.  The installation is the ninth time she has staged a breakfast at The Rubell Family Collection and this year it breaks through the back security wall of the collection, inviting guests, like the three bears, to serve themselves porridge and do what they will with it.  Rubell describes the disorienting effect her food installation in Vanity Fair’s Guide to Art Basel Miami:

“The only place to sit and eat it is back through the hole, in the Collection’s courtyard. So you find yourself back there with a bowl and a spoon and the porridge, and it’s like, Where was I?! What just happened?! It’s like The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”

Here is a slideshow of Rubell’s installation courtesy of WLM Advisors:

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