The animation (together with AAT
application) won the first prize in
an international multimedia competition in 2001 organised by French interactive
television company Noos and was exhibited at FIAC 2001 – the annual international art
fair in Paris.
'Singing Pasta' or 'Eat and Be Eaten' was submitted to this competition
with an alternative soundtrack.
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to Peter Huckwho brought the pasta Lumaconi to my attention during the group-exhibition
'2000 Perspektiven' (Frankfurt, Germany, 1998), where he used this kind of
pasta as part of his exhibit Andersicht – a huge and rather beautiful series of pictures featuring 3-D objects that were scanned with a common