2019 | Plants, full-HD video projections (Black and white, sound), audio speakers, laptop
2′ 30″, loop | Variable size
Phytochoria is a multi sensorial installation that stimulates sight, hearing and smell. It creates a direct relation with the space in which it is located. Phytochorion describe a geographical area, a kingdom, where a series of plants coexist. The installation is an interpretation of Ronald Good’s six florals kingdom; these kingdoms contain all the living species on earth. The sound scans the landscapes. The image abstracts the plants morphology. The visual synthesis is developed through a sequence of letters and symbols, and it’s articulated through an algorithm based on Lindenmayer’s system. The visual synthesis is alternate with scans of leafs belonging to the six kingdoms, creating a continuous dialogue between digital and real world. Six sequences for six kingdoms.