Tag: Die intelligenz der pflanzen

Berlinde De Bruyckere

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Embalmed – Twins I, 2017 Embalmed – Twins II, 2017 Wax, fabric, leather, rope, wood, iron, epoxy 197 x 158 x 615 cm; 190 x 145 x 570 cm; iron structure: 80 x 107 x 178 cm Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Berlinde De Bruyckere’s work emerges from a desire to find images

Nicola Toffolini

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Sezione B#01, 2013 Drawings with Copic Multiliner SP 0.03, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.25, 0.3, 0.35, 0.5, 0.7 black pens, Copic Marker, Copic Wide, Copic Sketch colors 100 Black and 110 Special Black on Fabriano Accademia Drawing Paper 200gsm 250 x 150 cm Sezione A#01, 2013 Drawing with Copic Multiliner SP 0.03, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.25,

Marshmallow Laser Feast

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Trehugger: Wawona, 2017 VR experience and installation Concept by Marshmallow Laser Feast Team: Barney Steel ,Ersin Han Ersin, Robin McNicholas (direction), Mileece Ianson, Natan Sinigaglia (collaborating artists) Scientific advice by Natural History Museum, London, University of Salford, PNY, 3Dception, Macaulay Library, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca Treehugger: Wawona is commissioned by Cinekid Foundation, STRP, Southbank

Thomas Feuerstein

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Hydra, 2021 Green algae (Chlorella vulgaris), plastic, steel, glass, pumping system, bioreactor made of glass, steel, pumping technology, PVC tubes, light element 110 x 110 x 495 cm; 315 x 100 x 100 cm (Bioreactor) With the kind support of Muffathalle München Green Hydra, 2021 Hydra (many-headed Hydra viridissima), glass, plastic, pump technology, refrigerator 170

Diana Scherer

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Interwoven, 2021 Plantroots oats 150 x 120 cm  Hyper Rhizome #4, 2021 Plantroots oats, framed 42 x 58 cm Hyper Rhizome #6, #7, #3, #8, 2021 Plantroots oats, framed 36 x 27 cm Interwoven #8, #9, 2021 Plantroots oats, framed 33 x 58 cm Interwoven #10, #11, 2021 Plantroots oats, framed 45 x 42 cm

Pflanzensoziologisches Institut

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Prepared ash tree, 1999 100 x 640 cm Courtesy Dr. Edith Zewell Prepared winter dandelion, 1997 400 x 40 cm Courtesy Dr. Roland Eberwein Drawings by Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Erwin Lichtenegger (left wall) Tanne (Abies alba), 1998, 72 x 56 cm Zuckerrübe (Beta vulgaris), 2003, 62 x 27 cm Wiesen-Schwingel (Festuca pratensis), 1969, 62 x 39

Forschungszentrum Jülich

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The Frankfurter Kunstverein has invited natural scientists and artists to visually transfer their work and knowledge into the exhibition spaces. The collaboration resulted from the cooperation with Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schurr, Director of the Institute of Bio- and Geosciences: Plant Sciences and the scientists Dr. Robert Koller and Dr. Andreas Müller. How do plants live