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#08638

Pomme de parterre

Artists
David K. Ross, Anglea Iarocci, and Claire Ironside
Price
$20.00
Date
2008
Publisher
Reford Gardens
Format
Artists' Books
Size
10.8 × 15.3 × 0.7 cm
Description

Set of 20 postcards document “Pomme de parterre” produced as part of the Reford Gardens’ International Garden Festival. “Pomme de parterre” creates an alternative enery source that harnesses the power of a thousand potatoes. The project redirects the latent power of the humble spud to produce a visual and aural environment for an underground chamber situated in the centre of a potato patch, planted with sixteen different species of heirloom potatoes. The The postcard depict the potato patch, interior of the chamber, along with each of the sixteen species of potatoes.

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