Vegetation as a political agent is a concept developped by Philippe Zourgane in his book to be published The politics of vegetation and is the central approach of architectural firm RozO architectes, co-directed by Philippe Zourgane and Séverine Roussel. This concept enables to bring to the foreground the ways in which vegetation orders social and economic relations. Vegetation is a tool for the planification and the management of the territory or on the contrary a tool for resistance.
30 may 2014 - Inauguration of the exhibition Vegetation as a political agent curated by Marco Scotini presented at the Parco d'Arte Vivente (PAV) in Torino - Italy. RozO presents a triptych of archives entitled "When vegetation is not decoration".
The exhibition lasts until the 31st of december 2014. Come and visit it ... and let us your comments !