Briony Maeve’s transdisciplinary installations utilise a biopunk aesthetic alongside living media and the cultivation of flora in dystopian sustained systems. Through artistic alchemy Briony investigates ideas of social ecology, as well as both conceptual and practical resistance to contemporary ecofascism. By highlighting the overlaps of hegemonic and oppressive structures in society, she draws parallels between her interest in biopolitics and environmental health, and her tacit intersectional emphasis. Through the reunification of science and art in her creative practice, Briony seeks to delve into the corruptions and mutations of modern life.
Succulents, water, sandwich bags, mixed hardware.
Intravenous Plant Clinic
I.V. drip, water, beetroot juice, Jade plant, meat hook, chain, grow light.
260 Sq.Ft. of sod, installed in studio.