Who says IV drips should just help humans? Foliage is just as deserving of life and liquid, and Ned Dodington's Poly-Lawn-Dale exhibition demonstrates that cleverly.
Having created a hanging garden using forty nylon stockings filled with soil and grass seeds, Dodington then attached them to IV drips. According to Lawndale Art Center where it's displayed, "Poly-Lawn-Dale will hope to show that by recontextualizing the natural and the cultural we can begin to understand new ways of being in a complex and multi-natural world."
Hospitalized Hanging Gardens
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Ned Dodington's Poly-Lawn-Dale is Watered by IV Drips
By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 1, 2010 • References: lawndaleartcenter.org