A Touch of Greens

 

 

 

 

Group work with Danni Huang

 
 

A Touch of Greens is an interactive project that needs users and plants to participate in this experience. This Fiddle-leaf fig tree standing in the lobby has been praised by countless people. A few months ago it was infected with germs, the leaves on its top began to turn yellow, and its branches were covered with white spots. It survived miraculously when we feared it was going to die. Through this experience we felt a strong power of life, quiet, slow but intense. What would it be like if plants could feel and behave like a human being? and what is the connection between nature and human?