In the interactive art installation that we’ll be able to see at Matadero, these two Canadian artists explore what we might call “digital biology”, where classic biology is integrated in modern technology. The result features the gathering of 250 plants from video games dating as far as 1997 up to 2017. This collection of virtually harvested plants give rise to a forest, where the viewer can use an Xbox remote to roam in the forest.

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