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Click to enlargeTHE BOTANICAL MIND : ART, MYSTICISM AND THE COSMIC TREE
Sep 24, 2020 - Feb 28, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Eileen Agar / Anni Albers / Josef Albers / Consuelo Chelo Gonzalez Amezcuelo Amexcua / Gemma Anderson with Wakefield Lab and John Dupré / Anna Atkins / Jordan Belson / Annie Bessant and Charles Leadbeater / Karl Blossfeldt / Carol Bove / Kerstin Brätsch / Andrea Büttner / Santiago Ramon y Cajal / Adam Chodzko / Ithell Colquhoun / Bruce Conner / Das Institut / Mirtha Dermisache / Minnie Evans / Cerith Wyn Evans / Charles Filiger / Robert Fludd / Giorgio Griffa / Brion Gysin / Friedrich Wilhelm Heine / Ernst Haeckel / Anna Haskel / Tamara Henderson / Channa Horwitz / Textiles from the Huni Kuin (Kaxinawa) people/ C.G. Jung / Joachim Koester / Rachid Koraïchi / Hilma Af Klint / Emma Kunz / Yves Laloy / Ghislaine Leung / Linder / Simon Ling / André Masson / John McCracken / Henri Michaux / Matt Mullican / Wolfgang Paalen / Paul Paun / Steve Reinke and James Richards / Edith Rimmington / Daniel Rios Rodriguez / Textiles and ceramics from the Shipibo-Conibo people / Penny Slinger / F. Percy Smith / Janet Sobel / Philip Taaffe / Fred Tomaselli / Delfina Muñoz de Toro / Alexander Tovborg / David Tudor / Lee Ufan / Scottie Wilson / Terry Winters / Adolf Wölfli / Bryan Wynter / Henriette Zéphir / Anna Zemankova / Anica Zurn / Deuzimar Peu Yawanawá / Tsatsawanu Yawanawá / Xinayura Yawanawá.
A source of shelter and sustenance, fuel and tools, decoration and adornment, medicine and myth, humanity’s history and evolution is intimately entangled with that of the plant kingdom – an impossibly rich, ancient and abundant form of life on earth, but one utterly different from our own. The Botanical Mind: Art, Mysticism and the Cosmic Tree brings together the work of over 50 artists, spanning more than 500 years, to investigate the ongoing significance of the plant kingdom to human life, consciousness and spirituality. In doing so it highlights the subjectivity and being of plants, their influence on various knowledge-forms and wisdom-traditions, and how we engage with and activate them in culture, counter-culture, art and music.

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