diversity & holismus
Wood, plastic foil, Cretian herbs, pillows, wood shavings
300 x 300 x 220 cm
How can humans utilize their accumulated knowledge and technological achievements to nurture and protect their co-inhabitants?
Neuro-Herba-Conservatorium invites the visitors to enter barefoot into an inner space. The formation is based on the concept of an archetypical geodesic dome popularized during the 1950s by the famous futurist architect R. Buckminster Fuller. Inside the structure, herbs from the Cretan landscape can be found accompanied by essential oils from native plants prepared by local botanist Marianna Founti. The installation creates a space for being, feeling and experiencing.
The installation was presented at the exhibition UNFROZEN EDUCATION –
Or How To Relearn in Rethymno, Crete, GR.
The exhibition was curated by Yota Tsotra and Dimitra Charamandas and organised by the Museum of Education of the University of Crete.