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Anthropophyta 人工植物門

Anthropophyta 人工植物門

Sae Honda 本多沙映

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by Sae Honda

It is a semi-fictional encyclopedia of botany, in which the author has interwoven truth and fiction. It all starts from an untruth fabricated by her: that artificial plants have been accepted as real plants in the world of botany. Plants that linger quietly in the corner of a room or on the street, without seeking water nor light the so called ‘artificial plants’. They are never observed nor researched scientifically like natural plants, yet they keep spreading steadily and quietly in our everyday lives. She was interested in such a mysterious being, and made a study trip to some artificial plants factories in Guangzhou (China). The world of artificial plants is humorously delineated with her academic-like depictions of the travel report and the photographs of 70 leaves that she has collected.


This is, so to say, a semi-imaginary natural history book which aims to create a chance that the characteristic of each artificial plant (hereinafter this is called “Anthropophyta” ) is observed and appreciated with a sense-of-wonder like natural plants. (Excerpt from the prologue)


Sae Honda

An Amsterdam-based jeweller, born in Chiba (1987) ,Japan. After the graduation from Musashino ArtUniversity in Tokyo (2010), she studied at Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam (2013–2016). Some of the works from EVERYBODY NEEDSA ROCK are in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.


Design: Akiko Wakabayashi

Size: 140 x 190 mm, Soft Cover

Pages: 176

Languages: Japanese, English

ISBN: 978-4-907562-25-0 C0071

Publisher: torch press

Year: 2020

All photos and info by torch press

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