(Phosphorescent pigment, wall painting measuring at least 80 x 170cm,
variable size, 2 carousel slide projectors each with 81 slides)
| Weedgarden shows a botanical mural that, combined with projected text
fragments, has been shaped by emotional experience.
The symbolic naming of various missing organs and orifices (no mouth, no tongue, no anus etc.) describes a weed painted in phosphorescent colour: the nettle, a plant that rampantly spreads through its extensively ramified roots across fields of debris, rubbish dumps and other non-places.
The pictorial motif is illuminated and inscribed with suggestive passages
of English that are projected onto it.