Humans are minerals, made up of organic matter. Plants, like humans, have vitality and agency. By recognising the animate in plants and the vegetable in animals, perceived boundaries between humans and other beings alter.
Established in 2015 by artists Corinne Silva and Eva Sajovic, the purpose of our collaboration is to create artworks, interventions and discussions that consider the vitality and agency of flora in the urban space as a catalyst for rethinking current power structures between human life and plant life.
Through photography, video, sound and performance, we work with plants as interveners to interrogate the potential for porosity of boundaries between public and private space, plant and human, grass and concrete.
We work from a studio in the Photography and the Archive Research Centre, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. The college is based in London’s Elephant & Castle, currently the site of one of Europe’s biggest regeneration projects and a key focus for our work.
Please contact us at [email protected] to arrange a studio visit.