As part of Superlocalstudio’s 2016 Sweet Nature program, this zero waste creative collaboration with Mundane Matters draws inspiration from meditation, art and philosophy and aims to strengthen our connection with nature as well as with ourselves
Every plant is beautiful and full of possibility but we can only see it when we are curious, experimental, open for every inspiration and willing to enter the unknown.
PLANT PLANET WORKSHOPS 2016
Purpose. December 5.
Purpose. December 6.
Powerhouse Museum. Sydney Design. September 3.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. July 23.
Workshop 4. June 29.
Workshop 3. June 1.
Superlocalstudio. April 23.
Superlocalstudio. April 20.
What if we could co-create an accessible, equal and thought-provoking creative experience that nurtures our mind, senses and our connection with nature? This is the question we are asking with Plant Planet Workshop.
Plant Planet Workshop is dedicated to creating a collaborative sensory experience that reconnects ourselves with nature through creativity.
We want to reinforce the appreciation of organic nature and zero-waste living. All ingredients are freshly picked from our local fruit shops and supporting foragers. We especially love imperfect produce. All artworks created can be eaten by the creators and all scraps will go to compost.
Superlocalstudio is a creative incubator run by artist, designer, curator and creative advisor Liane Rossler. Danling Xiao aka Mundane Matters has been creating fruit and vegetable sculptures almost everyday in the past year.
Liane and Danling both believe and practice nurturing themselves in a way that draws from creativity, green living and mindfulness. Through the workshop, you will be provided opportunities to expand your creative thinking and practice.
The workshops in April drew together a diverse and creative group of participants from all different backgrounds and levels of experience. Each one of them approached the workshop with an open mind and created this wonderful collection of works.
After documenting their work in the workshop, the participants were able to take home their works to enjoy as a delicious treat. The remaining materials from the workshop went to the Superlocalstudio garden to produce compost as part of our zero waste approach.