Perfectionists’ Dinner: Two Artists Split Uncooked Food into 98 Ideal Cubes

‘Dicing’ is used to describe splitting food into cubes. Artists Lernert and Sander, who are Dutch, went a step further and cut up meat and vegetables into cubes. This uncooked food was split into pieces of uncooked food of 2.5cm x 2.5cm.

This project was carried out for de Volkskrant, a Dutch newspaper and their documentary photography special based on food. These two artists, Lernert and Sander have worked together from 2007.

They are popular for their ‘superior quality art films, attractive set ups and devoted style artistry.’ They have formed numerous fascinating projects like ‘Everything.’ They integrated each perfume launched in 2012 in to the final fragrance.

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