Herbarium - Fern Leaves

Has Almost Nothing to do With

Plants

Herbarium Without Plants?

Somehow, yes – herbarium without plants. Because in this the unity of site, the plant world kindly gives its place to the creative delirium of the parallel and side-by-side other worlds. But it discards the responsibility for the subsequent monologues. Discards the responsibility for the consequential interviews. Discards the responsibility for the future tributes. And kindly dedicates ‘This Land Is Nobody’s Land’ to all its fellow beings of plant and non-plant interdependencies with it, worlds.

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John Lee Hooker – This Land Is Nobody’s Land
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HERBARIUM

With the well-founded belief that there are people around us who have something to say about any aspect of social life, in this section of the, their views, opinions and works are hosted through their own words.

HERBARIUM

In this section of the site short or even shorter references becomes to persons, things and situations that their emergence presents great or little greater interest.

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Through the electronic streets of the Fragments section parade stray art works, which have an indelible value, opus so means the proverb that in simple words says ‘all that glitters is not gold’.

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