Exhibition curated by AURA affiliated PhD Student Line Thorsen
Plants move: they move things and people, and they are themselves being moved around. While plants are often treated as mere backdrop for human activity and existence, still more artists and researchers across the world now insist that plants are amongst our most important earthly o-inhabitants if we are to thrive and survive in a climatically changing orld. Moving Plants is an exhibition that centres on plants as a focal point for making local and global connections between aesthetic engagements with ecological issues and practices of concern.
The exhibition is curated by Line Thorsen.
Exhibition opening July 1
Participating artists: Koichi Watanabe, Iwatani Yukiko, Camilla Berner, Lai Wai-Yi, Åsa Sonjasdotter, Karin Lorentzen, Janet Laurence
Rønnebæksholm 1 . 4700 Næstved . Denmark. www.roennebaeksholm.dk