Chanje Kunda was suffering with stress and anxiety when she first discovered that plants soothe the soul. She then learnt that some women in Mexico, fed up with men, were getting married to trees. Trees aren’t very talkative, but they are tall, do great things for the planet, and are renowned for their wood. Chanje was inspired and surrendered to this notion. She fell in love with plants. The pressures of life drifted away.
We are forever comparing our lives to those of others on social media and the superficial numbers game that is dating via onlineapps. Plant Fetish will inspire you to embrace foliage over FOMO!
This show maps her journey, and will feature a harem of stunning tropical plants that dress the stage. There will be music and movement, dramatic narrative and metaphors of growth and renewal. The show ends on a climax…
"We shamelessly hug trees, massage the Earth with our feet, and talk erotically to plants," they wrote. "We make love to the Earth through our senses."
Activists are holding mock wedding ceremonies (a.k.a artivism) to protest illegal logging, the harvest, transportation, purchase or sale of timber in violation of laws. The event is called “Marry a Tree.” Nope, trust me, you’re not barking up the wrong tree. This is the truth.
... are nothing but growth and reproduction (the energy necessary for their functional activity is negligible).
the earth first opens to life the primary space of the waters and the surface of the ground. But life quickly takes possession of the air. To start with, it was important to enlarge the green substance of plants, which absorbs the radiant energy of light. The superposition of leaves in the air extends the volume of this substance considerably: in particular, the structure of trees develops this possibility well beyond the level of the grasses.