September 23, 2021
Join Janet Laurence and Chang Wan-chen, the curator of Laurence’s solo exhibition ‘Entangled Garden for Plant Memory’ in 2020, in an online webinar exploring the sensitive landscape of nature through both scientific and artistic engagements.
These projects adopted a museological view to generate interconnected narratives of natural history including specimens of plants, birds, minerals and fungi. By building an immersive habitat, Laurence’s practice scopes the sensation of nature, demonstrating the relationship among different natural lives on this planet and their interactions with the humanities.
Earthlings – Anthropocene Art Talks, 2021, is a webinar series organised with four online talks in September and October. Each talk will focus on a specific environmental-related contemporary issue and be structured as a one-hour talk with invited artists, curators or academic researchers specialising in the related field. Head to our Link In Bio to RSVP to the talk.
Image: Entangled Garden for Plant Memory, 2020, installation view, Yuhisui museum of Art Taiwan. Preserved Cherry Wood tree Taxidermied Owls Mineral Rocks Fungi From NTU university Collection Mirror Lab Glass. Image courtesy of the artist.
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