How can we fuse with the natures that surround, with these complex ecosystems and their processes?
How close can we be to plant communities and climate?
Previously, we have unearthed the repertoire of tools and the modes of practice that we use in this investigation. This time, I will be narrating the development of the three series of works around which this research coalesces, namely, landscape gestures, ruinations and an open vernacular language.
Most of the presentation will focus on the more or less distant past, but I also wish to speculate on how the recent development of "growing buildings" may lead the future of the practice.