Spelling out Camus’s “Myth of Sisyphus” in cookies

Spelling out Camus’s “Myth of Sisyphus” in cookies

Boing Boing has a link to “Jane McGonigal’s real-world application of cookie/biscuit text/edible graffiticalled ‘cookie rolling,’ in which she attempts to write the entire Myth of Sisyphus, one word at a time, in cookies, in public places around the world.”

…the artist will spell out Camus’ existential essay “The Myth of Sisyphus” in cookies, one word at a time. each word will be installed in a public location and constructed from a different kind of cookie, locally-purchased or prepared. each word of the essay, 1406 in total, will appear in a different city. the project will continue indefinitely until the improbable event of its completion. the temporary cookie installations will be documented through digital photography and video. The photos will be added to the Flickr database and the videos posted to the artist’s website.

Link

clock Posted Mon May 15th, 2006

Facebook Comments

About cPaul

Father: "He never amounted to anything". Mother: "Who the hell does he think he is"? Former Teacher: "Smart as a bag of hammers". Former Boss: "Condescending". Brother: "Mom loves me more".
This entry was posted in Books, Food & Drink. Bookmark the permalink.

Feel free to reply; Be thoughtful, be honest, be kind:

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.