Queerness can be found everywhere in nature. With an infinite variety of shapes, colours, textures and smells, the plant kingdom is allergic to appearances. Its extreme diversity is the result of evolution through sexual reproduction, which allows plants to adapt to their environment and to climate change. Flowers, trees, grasses, herbs and shrubs can be uni-, bisexual, hermaphroditic or more. These traits unfold slowly by breaking away from mechanisms that are subject to productivity and efficiency. In her curated garden walk, Céline Baumann takes up the idea that plants are our oldest teachers and tells stories about their superhuman knowledge.
Concept and management: Céline Baumann
Unfortunately the walk »Queer Nature« had to be cancelled. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.