Trees in Space: The Reorder of Things examines trees as manipulated energy structures in space. Trees create their own kind of order by connecting the geological with the cosmological, extending complex structures between soil strata and the distant sun structures which house entire ecosystems and affect the systems around them. Where trees coexist with humans, humans intervene in this order. Plant life then responds to our intervention in ways that are both humorous and absurd.
Trees in Space: The Reorder of Things uses photography to reveal the strangeness of the everyday. Hanna Tai documents botanic gardens and other places where we surround ourselves with other life and modify it to accommodate our desires.
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