"Urban Plants - Bio-Biografien" is a book about the fate of urban house plants and an artistic plea for a new perspective on plants. Money Tree "Lehman", Succulent "Emily Sensorship" or Orchid "Technical Influence" are three of 100 plant personalities - saved by the Pflanzenklappe® (plants hatch) and conveyed by botanoadopt® - who are humorously and poetically staged through photographic portraits and textual biographies.
12,132 €
Fundingsum
142
Supporters
Charlott Roth
Charlott Roth Projektberater Great, that this idea is going to be realized. I’m very happy with the project!
 Urban Plants – Bio-Biografien
 Urban Plants – Bio-Biografien
 Urban Plants – Bio-Biografien
 Urban Plants – Bio-Biografien
 Urban Plants – Bio-Biografien

About this project

Funding period 2/1/18 11:29 AM - 2/28/18 11:59 PM
Realisation Autunm 2018 / Winter 2019
Startlevel 12,000 €
Category Art
City Frankfurt am Main
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Grosch und Rausch Gbr / 431art / botanoadopt
Haike Rausch
Peter-Fischer-Allee 23
65929 Frankfurt Deutschland

Umsatzsteuer ID: DE 217 989 986

Cooperations

Klingspor Museum Offenbach

The Klingspor Museum Offenbach supports our book project institutionally.

Award by the Sustainability Council of the Federal Government

In 2017 botanoadopt® and the Plant Flap® received the quality seal "Projekt N 2017": "With your project... you are working to achieve the global sustainability goals (SDGs)."

Distanz Publisher

"Urban Plants" is published by Distanz Verlag. The main focus of the publishing house is on books on the visual arts on current issues of art and culture. Distance cooperates with leading museums and institutions in Germany and abroad.

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