I have no doubt that plants, flowers, and trees have some sort of consciousness. I mean, have you ever been really stoned and touched the trunk of a tree? It touches you back. And in Seattle artist Ginny Ruffner’s new exhibition at Oxbow, she proposes the concept of flora and fauna evolving completely in step with one another. From there she asks the question: How would this coevolution have affected humanity’s myths? Using augmented reality, Ruffner creates roosters composed of flowers, and birds with hands as wings. It’s sure to be an excellent show.
by Stranger Staff Writer Jas Keimig
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