Artists Adam Chodzko, 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.
Michael Marder, author of numerous books on plant philosophy, will be in-conversation with Camden Art Centre Director, Martin Clark, to discuss the significance of plants for our lives, ways of thinking, and relationships between human and non-human beings.
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.
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