Fruiting Bodies practice

Today we spent some time at the Alder practicing weaving with English ivy for our upcoming “Fruiting Bodies” sculpture. With assistance from a Community Public Art grant through the city of Vancouver, we will be installing an Eco-Art sculpture in Renfrew Ravine: a human figure inoculated with oyster mushroom spawn that will sprout edible mushrooms and eventually decompose, returning nutrient-rich soil back into the ecosystem. #vancouverpublicart #vancouverartists #basketry #weaving #alderecoartshub #ecoart #organicsculpture #socialpracticeart

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