F.T. Marinetti con On The Table: The Futurist Cookbook
In 1932, F. T. Marinetti and the artist Fillia published "The Futurist Cookbook, a manifesto-as-culinary-innovation. Replete with choreographed banquets and experimental recipes (the founder of Futurism, Marinetti, is known to have ranted about the social dangers of pasta eating), the book is a multilayered exploration of cultural metabolisms, with the dining table as its centerpiece. On The Table is a series of publications edited by Charlotte Birnbaum that explores the encounter between food and art.