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“Orecchiette” is a portable project that uses this shape of hand-made pasta (“little ears” in

Italian) as a metaphor and focal point for listening to each other. With individuals or small groups, we gather around a theme and a pile of flour, and hand-shape pasta as we talk. Then we cook the pasta and together we eat it, typically with a homemade pesto, but sometimes in the traditional preparation with Broccoli Rabe and Sausage.


Monteleone, Italy


At Il Berneto with Annette Markham, Anyely Marin, Christopher Bratton, Dalida Maria Benfield, Damali Abrams, Dan Strom, Gabriel Pereira, Joe Strom, Kevin Tavin, Laine Rettmer, Lucas Kallio-Tavin, Mira Kallio-Tavin, Rebecca Close, Robert Ochshorn, Simmi Dullay, Yu-Wen Yu

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