Print Physics Garden
Plants and Spices – Working with the Public Victoria and Albert Museum, London
The print happening was based on London’s first physic garden which opened in 1673. Still there today, the Physics Garden is an enchanting walled garden in Chelsea where the city’s apothecaries once tended exotic species from around the world. On the night 500 people passed through and 200+ drop- in participants constructed an urban physic garden printing with plants, spices and herbs, with inks and rollers in this sensory printmaking experience.
The printing extravaganza resulted in a 7-meter-long print.