Trans:plant by Femto Practice tends to social choreography. Inspired by forest-thinking it looks at
eco-systems of non-verbal relations. All spectators are physically involved. The musical dramaturgy triggers vegetal patterns of the living to re-visit plant intelligence.
Trans:plant Y (series 2018) proposed an attempt to link the vegetal life-cycle and its metaphysical implications so as to reflect on the nature of making performing art as means to divert from conditioned cultural reflexes.
TRANS:plant cares for combining the process of articulating questions embedded in political ecology, and the process of healing as a way to make sense. According to recent research discoveries, the plant is the most destabilizing, the most intense and the most radical form of “being-in-the-world”. It precedes knowledge. In Plant-Thinking, Michael Marder identifies the existential features of plant behavior and the vegetal heritage in regards of human thought. He is nothing but reconstructing the life of plants “after metaphysics,” focusing on their unique temporality, freedom, and material knowledge. In his formulation, “plant-thinking” is the non-cognitive, non-ideational, and non-imagistic mode of thinking proper to plants, as much as the process of bringing human thought itself back to its roots and rendering it plantlike.