By Aida Setbe

In collaboration with the community (of insects, plants and microorganisms), the
garden installation provides a space on the street level where people can learn
about biodiversity, explore new ways of taking over space and greening the urban
landscape with reclaimed materials. The garden is located on the street, in a tree
square. Neighbourhood kids of the local schools and residents pass by the area
every day and get a chance to read the names of each plant in the space and watch
them grow as the season progresses. For insects and plants (commonly referred to
as weeds and pests), this installation will provide habitat: a space to live and grow
this year and in the future years among the perennial plants.