It is a meeting place for knowledge that has multiple sources and outcomes in time and space. It looks at biopolitical movements of plants, colonization and migration. It travels and explores different conceptual and geographical territories, and from situated perspectives, it brings us into a world where survival and the poetics of resistance mixed. Resistance in biological terms is the proliferation of differences. Migrated plants celebrated unity as these proliferations of differences. It focuses on plants that have been transported into other places through colonialism, human interaction, agriculture, natural events and the movement of birds and other animals. Migrated plants explore the complexities of situated knowledge concerning action from multiple perspectives.
It focuses on migrated plants and their belonging to systems, natural or designs created by human interventions. It demystifies the thoughts of the plants as invasive species and searches for new comprehension and relations the so-call invasive plant idea for the benefits of other species.
Migrated plants.com gathers audiovisual pieces that I have developed since 2009, based on my experiences in the territory of Panama, Colombia and Canada: Panama Canal Zone, San Basilio de Palenque in Colombia, and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. among others
Migrated Plants, a term I have coined-
Migrated Plants, combined a body of work composed of four autonomous but related projects: