Büropflanze (office plant) - Saskia Groneberg


Saskia Groneberg casts a tenderly ironic look at plant arrangements, whose often misjudged purpose lies in disorganized intervals. Without much ado, Sansevieria, cacti, succulents and other barren plants nestle as an inventory in the modern office worlds. The primary order of these spaces is rational. Thus, the mostly private green grows and proliferates over tables and shelves, occupies corners and corridors, divides spaces and connects them. With cuts and glimpses, as a faded trail or in an expansive gesture, Saskia Groneberg circles the radius of the office plant and reveals her mostly peripheral status. - Thomas Seelig, Fotomuseum Winterthur

Edition Taube, 2017
Hardcover, 76 pp
290 x 210 mm 

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