The Traveling Plant: Articles and Media

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Articles about The Traveling Plant

– Rob La Frenais, Ars Electronica 2020: Tales of a Traveling Plant, Makery, September 15th 2020
– Rob La Frenais, Ars Electronica 2020 : Les voyages d’une plante, Makery, September 15th 2020

Articles by The Plant

– Annick Bureaud, Claudia Schnugg, Marta de Menezes, Robertina Šebjanič, and Tatiana Kourochkina, “The veridical travel of the truly imaginary plant: curatorial approach and underlying ideas”, in Contemporânea – Revista do PPGART/UFSM, v. 3, n. 6 (2020)
A viagem verídica da planta verdadeiramente imaginária: abordagem curatorial e ideias subjacentes
El viaje verídico de la planta verdaderamente imaginaria: enfoque curatorial e ideas subyacentes

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– LASER 11 Hexagram — Distributed Greenery – April 13th 2022 – Montreal
avec Annick Bureaud [director of Leonardo/Olats, Paris], Beatriz Herrera [Intermedia artist], François-Joseph Lapointe [Hexagram co-investigator]
Introduction by Co-Chairs Nina Czegledy, Gisèle Trudel and PhD student Chantal T Paris member, Université de Montréal], Matthew Halpenny [Hexagram student member, Université de Montréal] — Moderator/Respondent
The curatorial collective Traveling Plant (Europe) meets the Critical Gardening Collective (Montreal) to activate issues and environments in the making. The first group situates the concept and the materiality of the plant in movements of travel, exhibition and community; the other group combines bipolar mosses, cybernetic sculptures and bacterial piles to create sympoietic gardens in various localities.


The Traveling Plant is a collective project created in 2020 by Annick Bureaud, Tatiana Kourochkina, Marta de Menezes, Claudia Schnugg and Robertina Šebjanič, and further developed with the following seed organisations Leonardo/Olats (Paris), Quo Artis (Barcelona and Treviso), Cultivamos Cultura (Lisbon), Sektor Institute (Ljubljana) and the initial support of the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation.