Ghostly plants of damaged worlds (2022 Work in progress)

Alizée Armet

©Alizée Armet

''Ghostly plants of damaged worlds'' is an installation between technological world art and bio-art. Presenting a speculative vision, this project narrates the problems of life sciences and evolution to solicit a post-anthropocentric look, a hybridization of bodies and this by a method between trans, hackism and feminism.

''Ghostly plants of damaged worlds'' is the fruit of a laboratory where artistic and scientific thoughts and techniques are mixed. Inspired by the speculations and instrumentalizations resulting from the research of organic manipulations, this project wishes to value and put at the centre of its concerns, the faculty of plants to contaminate by collaborating and not by poisoning.

Genre
bioArt
Methods
dataVisualisation
Themes
Art And Science
biology
botany
Body And Human
anatomy
body
Nature And Environment
environment
nature
plant
ecosystem
DNA
Society And Culture
otherness
Technology And Innovation
otherness
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