The activity is based on the interaction between humans and plants and has its origin in the Trans*Plant project by the experiential laboratory Quimera Rosa. It starts with a botanical-conceptual walk around the Sculpture Garden, right next to the Fundació Joan Miró. After that, an interspecies assembly will begin in order to ascertain ways of interacting. These may take the form of transdisciplinary narratives, recordings, potions or transplants.
A project conceived by Quimera Rosa, a nomadic laboratory created in Barcelona in 2008 for experimentation and research on identities, bodies and technosciences. From a transfeminist and transdisciplinary perspective, the laboratory seeks to experiment with hybrid, flexible identities that have the potential to blur the boundaries of binaries in modern Western thought.