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Über Riesen, Gaia-Kleider und Anti-Symbiose
Ein Gespräch von Herbert Kopp-Oberstebrink

https://www.kunstforum.de/artikel/diana-scherer/

It’s our F***ing Backyard - Material Futures - Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam  26 mei – 4 september 2022


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Oranjewoud – Arcadia May 2022  - Curator Hans den Hartog Jager

With Marianna Simnett (1986, Great Britain), Charles Avery (1973, Scotland), Mercedes Azpilicueta (1981, Argentina), Diana Scherer (1979, Germany) and Erik van Lieshout (1968, The Netherlands).


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The Intelligence of Plants

16.10.2021 — 30.01.2022

With the exhibition The Intelligence of Plants, the Frankfurter Kunstverein wants to once again contribute to the debate about the Anthropocene: what new understanding of plant life have we humans gained, and what conclusions can we draw from this knowledge. If plants were the first living beings on the planet, they have proven to have developed successful methods to sustain themselves over millions of years despite the five past occurrences of species extinction.

Curator Franzisca Nori

Artists: Berlinde de Bruyckere, Diana Scherer, Nicola Toffolini a.o.

 https://www.fkv.de/en/exhibition/die-intelligenz-der-pflanzen/.   

mhttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VnDHKxDcB9E


Interwoven  acquired by V&A Museum


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Antennae Magazine # 52


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Interview by Dawn Sanders

http://www.antennae.org.uk/

Nature is a concept we have shaped over millennia of images, texts, compositions, constructions, garments, and performances. The trees, the rocks, the air, and the water simply are. They don’t care about us, our desires, spirituality, pasts, and even futures. Nature is in our heads. It is a concept inescapably defined by our histories, our desires, our spirituality, our pasts, and even our futures. It is therefore not a surprise that encountering plants always entails a process of negotiation between one’s own cultural background, race, gender, beliefs, and values. Our coming to terms with the vegetal world is always inescapably mediated by tools or contexts, even when we claim to be objective.