Today, there is a greater urgency than ever to reconsider our relationship with the natural world. The Botanical Mind proposes a dialogue with alternative worldviews to test the everyday assumptions we make as part of our own.
Listen to artist Tamara Henderson in-conversation with Gina Buenfeld, co-curator of The Botanical Mind. To coincide with this conversation, Henderson’s 2019 film, Womb Life, included in The Botanical Mind, can be watched below between 3 - 9 December 2020.
Artists Adam Chodzo, Delfina Munoz de Toro, Gemma Anderson, Rosalind Fowler and Lateisha Davine Lovelace Hanson created a series of activities alongside their work, or the themes present, in The Botanical Mind exhibition.
Explore our exhibition in a new way with Bloomberg Connects digital guide. The Bloomberg Connects digital guide offers an interactive gallery experience as well as providing access to exclusive content, audio, video and curator tours.
Phoebe Collings-James is a London-based artist who works across sculpture, video, sound and performance. Her works function as what she calls “emotional detritus”; they speak of knowledges of feelings, the debris of violence, language and desire which are inherent to