A woman and man dressed in suits gesture at a blender sitting on a plinth in an art gallery
A woman and man dressed in suits gesture at a large pumpkin set in an art gallery
A man and woman dressed in suits look at a framed picture of seafood in an art gallery

Nutritional Index

• Disability Led
South Australia

Art should nourish the soul. But, how nutritious is it really?

Join South Australian artists Kurt Bosecke, of Tutti Arts, and Emmaline Zanelli on an alternative guided tour of the Art Gallery of South Australia. Using food as their lens, the artists will playfully reinterpret the gallery’s collection and exhibition spaces to reveal the bizarre, mundane and downright delicious connections between art and nutrition.

From eel traps to still life paintings, Bosecke and Zanelli will lead you through a smorgasbord of art historical movements and objects, capped off with a NutriBullet smoothie tasting.

The Nutritional Index tours begin in Gallery 15 at 3pm sharp. Please arrive with enough time to meet in Gallery 15.

Winner BankSA Best Visual Art & Design Award 2022

For introductory notes for this event please select the additional files link below.

Important Information: Mask-wearing is mandatory at this event, unless proof of exemption is applicable. All ticket holders are required to check in on their phones using the unique QR code upon arrival. You may want to download the mySA GOV app in preparation for the event. AGSA security staff can assist with this process as well as any manual check-ins. Ticket holders must also comply with SA government social distancing requirements of one person per 4sqm. For more details on AGSA's COVID-19 management response, please refer to the website: https://www.agsa.sa.gov.au/visit/agsas-response-covid-19/

Presented by: Tutti Arts

Tutti Arts is a vibrant independent multi-arts organisation with a vision to take the work of disabled artists to the world. This is underpinned by a deep sense of community which seeks to address the social and professional isolation of disabled artists.
Since 2002, Tutti has been bringing artists together for local, national and international collaborations which liberate audiences from the familiar.
Tutti Artists have been the recipients of numerous awards and grants and, in 2017, Tutti Arts was awarded Arts South Australia’s Ruby Award for Sustained Contribution by an Organisation or Group.