(C) 2014 Margit Busch
Sergio ValenzuelaIn the first part of the Art&Science Roundtable session Sergio Valenzuela presented the starting point of his project. He is investigating the ideas of limits, borders and inside-outside, in relation to the human body and has focused on skin(s) from different points of views: tattoos, pain, sculptures, art canvases...
In the second part of the session Margit Busch presented the development of her project, "About plants, humans and economy".
This may result in a map of indoor plants in Vienna, perhaps becoming a city pocket book about the indoor plants habitats.
Furthermore Margit Busch illustrated some hystorical facts about seedbanks (mentioning the agronomists Nikolaj Ivanovi? Vavilov
and Trofim Denisovi? Lysenko) and showed the King Abdullah International Gardens project; a futuristic botanical garden, which
will be constructed in the desert just outside the Saudi capital.
Julia RublowIn the last part of the session Julia Rublow presented her project on utopian gardens and expressed thoughts about the Jean-Luc Nancy "Being Singular Plural" and about "Locus Solus" by Roussel Raymond.
DateMarch 27, 2014, 09:00h