Species Laboratory

Ecosystem mask in a Thermal Power Station/ in Iowa.

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The species chosen for the construction of this vegetation crust are a combination of rosebush creepers against a green background of honeysuckle. For this purpose we propose to use the immense genetic material developed by Griffith J. Buck (who was born and lived in Ames), who grew many species of roses adapted to the harsh continental climate of Iowa. So that, we propose to use gardeners’ ancestral techniques of genetic selection to induce a modern image in the uncomfortable presence of the power station.




Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda
Paseo Imperial 6, 1c. 28005 Madrid
info(at)cero9(dot)com / t-f +34913653527


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