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Photodotes III: Plug-n-Plant

On May 31, 2013, Industry Lab will open Photodotes III: Plug-n-Plant, an installation/ exhibition examining the relationship between architecture, technology, light, and plants.

Plug-n-Plant is a modular structural system whose blocks are hybrids of water, light, and potential food volumes. The immaterial ingredients are enclosed in transparent plastic containers, and interconnected via fiberoptic cables. The whole system acts both as a spatial element that brings natural light in dark spaces, and also as a living or edible structure.

*Photodotes is the plural form of the greek: φωτοδότης = giver of light, luminary, light donor

Beyond Photodotes III: Plug-n-Plant the exhibition includes the projection of plant images, and videos by biologist, plant scientist, and photographer Kristophe Diaz; images from the Photodotes series by Zenovia Toloudi, and a food event conceptualized and produced by Zenovia Toloudi.


Installation Credits 
Concept, design, and research: Zenovia Toloudi/ Studio Z 
Plant development: Kristophe Diaz 
Construction: Zenovia Toloudi, George Toloudis 
Spatial thanks: Stamboulidis Workshop, Alexandroupolis, Greece
 

Exhibition Credits 
Curated by Zenovia Toloudi/ Studio Z 
Organized by Carly Nix/ Industry Lab 

Industry Lab 
288 Norfolk St., 4th Floor 
Cambridge MA, 02139 
Tel.  (857) 600-1522 
hi@industry-lab.com



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