The artwork is alive and interactive at a new exhibition at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Los Angeles-based artist Adrienne Adar has brought her sound-based explorations to the garden with “Sonic Succulents: Plant Sounds and Vibrations.” The exhibition, which opened on May 16, features hand-made sensors that allow visitors to connect with the plants via careful touch and sound.
Adar’s work incorporates site-specific installations and the vocalized plants are scattered throughout the garden as well as in the Visitor Center. The exhibition will be on view through October 27 during regular garden hours. For more information visit the event page here.
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