I have a plan(t)- flowergraffiti and ethics in seedpackets

The project I have a plan(t) is dealing with questions about hierarchy in aestethics, ethic values and control.

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seedpackets x 4

I have a plan(t) - contains seedpackets that present different concepts of green intervention in a cityscape. It also presents a GMO research with thale cress (Arabidopsis thaliana) as a landminefinder.

I have a plan(t)

I have a plan(t)- mixed flowers for a cityscape/flowertraces. The packet contains seeds from Bellis perennis or Papaver rhoeas. Instructions for spreading seeds: Pour out some of the seeds and mix them with clay. Apply the substance to a pair of boots and go for a walk".

I have a plan(t)

I have a plan(t)- mixed flowers for a cityscape/flowertags. Mixed flowers for public spaces. Direct sowing in May- June. Within five years of deffered maintenance, the plants have taken over parts of the city

I have a plan(t)

Flora Presents Aresa Biodetection. The Landminefinder. The landmine finder is a genetically engineered plant that detects landmines in soil by changing color and signalling where explosives are concealed. The plant, a modied version of thale cress (Arabidopsis thaliana) reacts and turn red when it get it contact with nitrogen dioxide gas, which is released by underground landmines. It is the red pigment anthocyanin, which normally is visible in the plant in the autumn when the chlorofyl withdraws from the leaves, that has been manipulated to react on heavy metals and NO2. Thale cress Arabidopsis thaliana is a small annual plant that grows fast and you can find it almost all around the world. It is a self- pollinating plant. The biodetecting system has been developing by the danish company Aresa.

I have a plan(t)

You have a plan(t). Collect your own seeds.