The Domestic Godless the food, the bad & the ugly
For fifteen years The Domestic Godless have been working on the very fringes of Ireland’s blossoming gastronomic renaissance employing food (its taste its presentation its production and cultural values) as artistic material for irreverent experimentation. Those fifteen years have produced installations, banquets and performances in such places as the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the majestic Castletown House in Kildare, an abandoned hotel in the heart of Athens and a mini-skip at the gates of City Hall in Belfast. Now… at long last… we made a book! All the recipes, the research and history will be lovingly re-assembled illustrated and designed, in a tome of over 180 pages, narrated by respected food critics, long-entombed TV cooks and ourselves amongst others. The book itself is an artwork.