The exhibition showcases a large variety of projects, from sculptures that incorporate growing greenery or upcycled materials, paintings that bring to life surrealistic and abstract depictions of macro and microstructures found in our surroundings and even a virtual garden. Not only do the artworks visually connect the audience with the natural world, but also make clear their conceptual choices -- ranging from political, environmental to purely aesthetic.
The event will take place in accordance with the current Corona regulations
. Inside the exhibition rooms there will be limited admission and guests will be asked to wear face masks. There will be a designated waiting area in front of the gallery.