Queering Botany

My project, Queering Botany is a research project mapping extinct flora and fauna species and exploring the nature of knowledge systems, museum collecting and museum dioramas to highlight and renarrate the violence of extractive histories on the planet and the ways we live to foster new forms of engagement with these histories. Taking inspiration from Mark Dion, the practice approaches architecture by shadowing scientific enquiry, engaging with fieldwork, expedition material and specifically looking at the architectural infrastructures of Kew gardens temperate house that support these botanical processes.

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