Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects
Christel Thue, ‘Glassware’, 2017, Etage Projects

Glassware from the series "Things That Never Made It To The Table" by Christel Thue...

Large glasses: € 400
Small Glasses: € 335

Why must a wine glass have a stem?

The elements of the table have significance on how we experience a meal. Eating with a white spoon will make food taste sweeter than on black. A research project from University of Oxford shows that the colour, shape and weight of tableware affect our taste experience. This made Christel Thue take a closer look at the components of the table in her first solo exhibition "Things That Never Made It To The Table" on show at Etage Projects, 11.08-19.09.2017.

Image rights: Photography by Katrine Møbius

"Things That Never Made It To The Table" at Etage Projects, 11.08-19.09.2017.

About Christel Thue

Danish, b. 1985, based in Copenhagen, Denmark