Non Vegetal Creatures, Non Human Animals
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[Ge] Apart from the snail, then, I note the presence of some kind of strange red mosquito that has landed on my knee, and then a plastic turtle under the bellflower and some kind of owl carved on the surrounding wall.
[Ro] Annick says that a big group of starlings comes everyday to eat the figs from the fig tree. I found one or 2 pieces of fig on the ground but no starling feces.
[Bu] The starlings were there, the days before we started the workshop. They were many, in flocks. The permanent resident of the house was trying to have them fly away using a rainbow colored umbrella. But they would come back. Jean-Luc Soret filmed them in a short video with his phone as they were so
noisy and fun. Apparently, the invasion of the Garden by a flock of humans during the workshop has been a better scarecrow.
This does not answer the lack of starling feces on the ground.
Perhaps they do it in the neighbour’s garden or on the roofs of the buildings. This shows, though, the impact of the context and the position of the observer on the observations: under certain circumstances what one observes is not what is.
[Ge] And then there is the bell, which suggests the
presence of a cow somewhere.
Contribution material from
[Bo] Karine Bonneval
[Bu] Annick Bureaud
[Ca] Lucie Campagnolo
[Ch] Quentin Chevrier
[Ci] Laura Cinti
[Qu] Kim Doan Quoc
[Fi] Eva Figueras Ferrer
[Ga] Teresa Garnatje Roca
[Ge] Lauranne Germond
[Ko] Tatiana Kourochkina
[Len] Loïc Le Noan
[Ma] Kristina Maurer
[Mi] Marit Mihklepp
[Na] Sophie Nadot
[Pr] Cyrille Prestianni
[Re] Mar Redondo Arolas
[Ro] Meredith Root-Bernstein
[Bu] Marc-André Selosse
[Ser] Perrine Serre
[So] Jean-Luc Soret
[To] Anaïs Tondeur
[Va] Joan Vallès Xirau
Roots & Seeds XXI. Biodiversity Crisis and Plant Resistance is an international cooperation project between Ars Electronica (AT), Leonardo/Olats (FR), University of Barcelona (ES) and Quo Artis (ES) as lead partner. It is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Leonardo/Olats has the support of the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation.
Quo Artis (SP lead partner), Ars Electronica (AT), Leonardo/Olats (FR), University of Barcelona (ES).
Project developed with the support of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
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