The exhibition at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh wants to shed new light on plants, using a broad array of (plant-related) perceptions. Included are fifteen series of photographic perceptions, two installations and a film program.
Shedding new light on plants The world of plants as we have never seen before
Artists belonging to the Dutch art collective Tropism create new depictions of plants, using unusual, often scientific, visualization techniques that blur the lines between art and science. The use of x-ray, pinhole, electron microscope and infrared photography subverts usual assumptions and hints at the growing prominence of technology in the natural world. The results are unique artistic visualizations that offer a surprising and spectacularly different view on plants.
- Tropisms 15 - introduction 6 images - Arbor orbis 19 images - Camera obscura 35 images - Formica russus socius 9 images 1 video - Flora sonora 2 images 1 video - Ferro ornatus 25 images - Flora tesla 8 images - Panorama circa 13 images - Tego texi tectum 3 images - Structurae forma 12 images - Herba cubus caterva 4 images - Trans planta 14 images - Fungi dia 5 images - Micro ars ravus 32 images - Micro cryo color 19 images - Infra russus 28 images - Flora magica 6 images 1 video - Vita adspectus 1 video - Insecta spectra 1 image 1 video - Dia herbaria 25 images - Infra pareidolia 4 images - Inter arbores 8 images - Durum numeris 14 images 1 video - Durum tropismus 1 video - Noorda's tropism 5 images - Marseille's tropism 24 images
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