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Accidental Sushi (2014) artwork by artist Tyler Mallison featuring shiny satin bag embroidered  with two chickens and roses

Accidental Sushi


Sculpture, Installation, Text




Autocenter Contemporary Art Berlin

Accidental Sushi is a reflection on contemporary culture, inspired by a collective bus experience on the M29 in Berlin with artist Yngve Holen (Ars Viva 2014-15), travelling East to West. The work takes the mundane and 'everyday' as its starting point, embodied by the humble sandwich, and marks our fetish for the exotic. The title is both a play on the word 'occidental' (Western) and direct reference to an accident encountered en route.


Mixed media (Ready-made embroidered carrier bags, work gloves, foam, sponges, paper, bread, woven beach mat, brick, fluorescent light bulb, cord, text on paper), dimensions variable

Exhibition view: 'M29 with Yngve Holen', Autocenter Berlin

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