Living and dancing with plants
Plants can “move”? In the life cycle of plants, moving is necessary for reproduction and multiplication to take place. Pollen and seeds move through forces of nature such as wind and water, with the help of animals, or through their own unique abilities. Pollen and seeds not only dance together with various media of nature, some among them can “dance solo” to achieve their incredible “move.”
Using aesthetic scene designs, Seeds of Light Corridor reinterprets the dance of life of plants. Using nearly 70 types of fruits and seeds as creative elements, installations that have been ingeniously designed depict the seeds’ multi-faceted forms and their powerful life force.
Dancing in the wind – The wind is an invisible silk road in the air. The tiny, light seed can soar through the skies by riding on the wind with their air sacs, wings, or fluffy parachutes.
Dancing in the water – Water is a far-running current. With a lightweight flotation mechanism, the seed can drift in any direction.
Dancing with animals – The best opportunity for moving is a life form that can go anywhere. Plants can use smells and color to invite animals to take a bite, or their seeds come with barbs or fine hairs that allow them to latch onto the animals for a free ride.
Dancing solo – Seeds with elaborate structures can use their own unique abilities to twist, bounce, or eject their way away from home.