Afarsimon tree. Photo, variable size. The Balsamon company of Guy Erlich, Kibutz Almog, Israel, 2017.
Levona tree. Photo, variable size. The Balsamon company of Guy Erlich, Kibutz Almog, Israel, 2017.
Afarsimon saplings. Photo, variable size. The Balsamon company of Guy Erlich, Kibutz Almog, Israel, 2017.
Dr. E. Solowey’s greenhouse. Photo, variable size. Kibbutz Ketura, Israel, 2017.
Landscape near Dr. E. Solowey’s greenhouse. Photo, variable size. Israel, 2017.
Dr. E. Solowey’s greenhouse. Photo, variable size. Kibbutz Ketura, Israel, 2017.
Levona tree. Photo, variable size. The Balsamon company of Guy Erlich, Kibutz Almog, Israel, 2017.
Afarsimon tree. Photo, variable size. The Balsamon company of Guy Erlich, Kibutz Almog, Israel, 2017.
Afarsimon saplings in Dr. E. Solowey’s greenhouse. Photo, variable size. Kibbutz Ketura, Israel, 2017.

ANCIENT FUTURE LANDSCAPE Dendro Art. Photos.

Listening to Trees across the Jordan River. “Ancient Future Landscape”. Curator: D. Manor.

The administration of the Negev Museum of Art in Beersheva has invited the Olga Kisseleva to present her new project “Listening to Trees across the Jordan River” within the museum walls, as a personal exhibition. The project includes contributions by many members of CNRS and Sorbonne University, researchers, and postgraduate students: B. Muliya, E. Delprat, K. Tang, A. Kiriutin, L. Chak (a postgraduate working at the Laboratory under Prof. Olga Kisseleva), and many others.

“Listening to trees across the Jordan River” continues the extensive “EDEN“ project of the Art & Science Laboratory of Sorbonne University, focusing for the most part on several pressing issues, such as: intra-specific and interspecific communication; the revival of extinct species of plants, and particularly trees; the ecological education of the public, and environmental protection in general. Lilia Chak created this series of photos in frame of her PhD research in Sorbonne (under the direction of Prof. Olga Kisseleva).

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  • Listening to Trees across the Jordan River. Olga Kisseleva`s solo exhibition. Lilia Chak participated in "Ancient Future Forest" instalation with her photos from serie “Ancient Future Landscape”. Negev Modern Art Museum, Beer-Sheva, Israel. Curator: Dalia Manor.

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