In “Murus Botanicus”, John Cascone recalls that when walking along the Barberini Walls in Rome, he noticed the presence of numerous plants cracking through the stones. Whilst Cascone notes people see these as weeds, he suddenly found himself in the present of a ‘Botanic Wall’. Cascone, influenced by this vision, associated each plant to the name of a song that he was listening to at the time; naming a hundred. In this artwork, we find a reconstruction of his experience.
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