Katuma (UA) @yapokora, Mackenzie Perras (CA) @rottingcolours, Leanne Finnegan (IR) @leannefinnegan, Tina Diomina (UA) @tina.diomina, Nari Jo (KO) @monobhf, Rebecca Quix (BE) @mika.quix, Tseng Yu Chin (NL) @Howl_Howl_Howl, Rachael Thorleifson (CA) @rachael_thorleifson, Chang Wang (CN) @gginivw, Sofia Fresia (IT) @sofia_fresia_art, Jiaq Xu (CN) @qq.0v0, Rundong Zhao (CN) @rundongchao
Florian Schurz (DE) @florianschurz, Lisa Wölfel (DE) @lisawoelfelVenue:
Article 8: “The nation of plants recognises and encourages mutual support between natural communities of living beings as a means of coexistence and progress”
Stefano Mancuso in his book The Nation of Plants explains in this way the thesis of Pyotr Alekseevič Kropotkin, who argued, based on examples from natural history, that it was cooperation, “mutual support“, and not competition that determined the success of species, thus identifying the ability of individuals to cooperate as the true engine of evolution. Life would thus not have taken control of the globe through combat, but through cooperation, interaction and mutual dependence between living organisms. It is precisely on cooperation that the Pleasure Seed project wants to take root, creating an environment of circular energy exchange. Reflecting on seeds is a way to take care of the future. Pleasure Seed is the synesthesia that you need.
Claudia Caletti (IT) @claudia_caletti, Mary Osaretin Omoregie (NG) @theosaretinwen
Julia Polo (SP) @juliapolo_, Antonia Glaser (US) @tonijuglsr