The Dignity of Plants / Minji Choi
The new garden installation aims to celebrate water in relation to the central role it plays in allowing plants to freely grow in man-made environments. By taking the visual features of rumbustious plants as the main visual theme, the installation encourages to look at micro Nature within urbanised landscapes in a new way, interweaving the notions of natural and artificial.
WaterSchool / Studio Makkink & Bey
WaterSchool is a speculative primary school designed and organised around water as an essential material, subject and social phenomenon. Within the framework of exhibitions, Studio Makkink & Bey acts as a curator, inviting upcoming artists/designers to present their work in thematic exhibitions and series of lectures. In the exhibition there is an overview of research, categorised in themes, being Clean, Grow, Harvest, Make, Build and Document. WaterSchool is a self-initiated project by Studio Makkink & Bey.
Alcova, Milan, IT, 2019
350 x 300 x 350 cm
Photo by Giulia Piermartiri
© Minji Choi 2020