Jennifer Rubell's latest installation, Incubation, features homemade yogurt, cultured and shared with a live audience.

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What do you get when you combine a degree in fine arts from Harvard with a culinary degree from the Culinary Institute of America? In Jennifer Rubell's case the answer, this year, is yogurt.

Miami-based artist Jennifer Rubell often channels her artistic visions through food. She hosts a breakfast-inspired art installation in her family's home every year. A few of her previous installations have included a freestanding wall holding over 1500 hanging donuts, 2000 boiled eggs, available for handling by viewers using latex gloves piled nearby, and honey dripping from the ceiling onto one ton of ribs.

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