sara asnaghi: what have you got in your head? sara asnaghi: what have you got in your head?
dec 12, 2011

sara asnaghi: what have you got in your head?

‘what have you got in your head?’ by sara asnaghi (above) candies image © sara asnaghi

‘what have you got in your head?’ by milan-based artist and designer sara asnaghi is a series of brain sculptures created using edible items. ranging in variety from rainbow sprinkles to barley grains, the collection is a playful exercise in materiality and context, pushing the conventional boundaries of commonplace food to alter the definition of the individual art piece.

chili image © sara asnaghi

black rice image © sara asnaghi

sandwich (bread crumbs and painted clay) image © sara asnaghi

barley image © sara asnaghi

hemp seeds image © sara asnaghi

hay image © sara asnaghi

bird seed image © sara asnaghi

sugar image © sara asnaghi

image © sara asnaghi

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