Camille von Deschwanden: Murmures de fleurs
Murmures de fleurs are a braiding of phosphorus plants reminiscent of underwater vegetation. Camille von Deschwanden lets these plants float and move in a wave. The altered and unfamiliar forms of the flowers refer to the direct impact that climate change has on nature. The flowers in Camille's work are also ambassadors of nature, they tell us poems and stories and are driven by the wind and the course of time.
Photo: Christine Weibel