The Joy of Enjoying
Collaboration with Jesse Malmed
Screenprint & risograph with mustard comb-binding; 46pp (plus one page tipped-in with Delicate Touch lavender painter's tape), jumbo paper clip, and four pieces of loose ephemera:
- "A Sculpture for an Extra One on the Side" by Imin Yeh, 10.125" x 6.875"
- "A Spell for Our Lady of Radical Exultations" by Jessica Caponigro, 5.875" x 4.625"
- "Full of Bologna Sandwiches" (extra-long coney unsticker) by Jesse & Breanne, 3.375" x 17"
- "Overnight! Oats! Thirteen! Ways!" by Katie Garth, 10.375" x 7.3125" (recto); Finnish licorice by Kristina Paabus; "RECIPE FOR A NEW BEGINNING" by Kati Gegenheimer; Call the Hotplate Hotline Jelly Marmalade: Karaoke Chef (215) 914-JMKC (verso)
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The Joy of Enjoying is/was an experimental cookbook & happening commissioned by Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art & Architecture in October 2019. The cookbook was crowd-sourced from a public *open call for participation and we hosted a release party/talk show scramble on October 22, 2019.
Published by Temple Contemporary, Tyler School of Art & Architecture, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
The publication and scramble were made in collaboration with Amze Emmons, Rob Blackson, Claire Cooke, Brianna Maule, Shannon Dougherty, Maddy Conover, Serena Hocharoen, Anna Graves, Joan Quinones, Lisa Jungmin Lee, Katie Garth, Layla Mrozowski, Julian Van Der Moere, Chris Reeves, Willow Eagono, Sara McCaffrey, Jing Yu, Amy Cousins, Vivien Wise, Jessica Caponigro, cecca wrobel, ERIC MACK, Imin Yeh, Lauren Sudbrink, Morty Keith, Princeton Cangé, Eva Sturm-Gross, Aaron Walker, Senja Toivonen, Annie May Johnston, Erin Miller, Adam Farcus, Theresa Harris, Maggie Wong, Kim Tomlinson, Mayetta Steier, Kati Gegenheimer & Kristina Paabus.
*We seek submissions that range from poems that look like recipes and recipes that look like poems, non-fiction pickles, instructions for and from, performance scores for grocery stores or grossed out smores, drawings of uncertain cheetos, gingham soliloquies, TV dinner guests with speculative meal times, etc. You can do what you want — both in life and in this moment — but a few potentially generative sites for thinking (in the cookbook world we call this a lookbook) include community recipe books, fluxus event scores, concrete poetry, and diner placemats.