'What plants can tell' opens at Stewart Hall Gallery in Montreal

Joscelyn Gardner's work is included in the exhibition, 'What plants can tell', opening today at the Stewart Hall Gallery in Montreal. Curated by Marie Perrault, the other exhibiting artists are Chromogenic Curmudgeons, Catherine Lescarbeau, Amelie Proulx, Laura St. Pierre, Marie-Eve Martel, and Emilie Payeur.

Botanical descriptions and the horticultural use of plants are a testimony of the ways in which we perceive and value nature, as well as the challenges affecting our understanding. In this exhibition, the artists use botanical and horticultural references to manifest human realities related to ecology and power relations, or to revisit the notion of vanity.

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