Through the use of squatting objects and fog machines, the space will become a ‘slow forming cloud’ that will explore botanical knowledge and chemistry to propose “a cross-pollination and infection between bodies, ecosystems, and institutions.”
Both artists’ practices are concerned with ecology and botany through a queer re-reading, and invite the viewer to “to lose the illusion of their bodily boundaries and float within the influence of a hormonal mist.” Read our interview with Candice Lin to hear more about these ideas.
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