Landscape designer and sculptor Daniel Lobb creates a large-scale installation and internal water cycle which extracts the humidity generated from the sweat and breath of dancers in the Studios to sustain plant colonies within a suspended copper rill.
Demonstrating that there are many ways to grow plants indoors, Lobb aims to match the ingenuity of plant systems, opening up new possibilities.
Lobb also creates an indoor vertical edible garden. Visitors are encouraged to play a role in its life by watering and nurturing the plants, introducing new species and occasionally removing those that have reached the end of their life cycle.
This exhibition is in association with Cityscapes, an organisation which works in partnership with designers and cultural institutions to explore new ways in which urban spaces can be designed and used.
Monday – Thursday, 10am – 8pm
Friday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
Sunday, 10am – 8pm
With support from the Siobhan Davies Dance Commissioning Fund.
‘A complex and intriguing two part exhibition...’ Run-Riot