Plants’ ability to carry stories, bring history from times and places to life, and take us on internal and external journeys, is the starting point for Undergrowth. The exhibition explores plants as medicinal and magical material and the interweaving between creatures and vegetation. Cecilia Germain explores the flora of the African diaspora where an Afro-futuristic promise of healing and resistance emerges. Susanne Vollmer’s work is rooted in signature doctrine, the hallucinogenic effects of plants, and the flowers in the song Uti vår hage. In Ulrika Jansson’s installation about a vanished reed area, a portal is created to the inside of the reed and its creatures, their memory and will.
Cecilia Germain, Susanne Vollmer, Ulrika Jansson.
Tuesday–Sunday 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
Wednesday 11 a.m.–7 p.m.