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Trees

Trees - Bruce Albert

Trees


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.

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From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


From July 12th 2019 to January 5th 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented Trees, an ambitious exhibition devoted to trees, these exceptional living beings with unexpected faculties and yet widely threatened today. Underestimated by biologists for a long time--like the entirety of the plant kingdom--in recent years they have been the subject of scientific discoveries that have allowed us to see these organisms in a new light. Interestingly, some of these are among the oldest and largest members of this community of living things. Boasting sensory and motor skills, capable of communication, existing in symbiosis with other species and the climate, trees are equipped with unexpected faculties whose discovery confirms what traditional knowledge has long since incorporated. The veil has been lifted on a fascinating world--the world of plant intelligence--which could be the answer to many of today's technological and environmental problems.
Trees allows readers to discover all of the works presented in the exhibition through almost 500 images, as well as a rich ensemble of scientific and critical texts. Combining the work of painters, photographers, architects, sculptors, philosophers, botanists and climatology specialists, this publication highlights the beauty, ingenuity and biological wealth of trees.
Contributors include: Emanuele Coccia, Cesare Leonardi, Bruce Albert, Luiz Zerbini, Raymond Depardon, Jean Nouvel, Tony Oursler, Adriana Varejao, Lothar Baumgarten and Diller Scofidio + Renfro.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.


Trees have been the subject of recent scientific discoveries that have allowed artists and scientists to see them in a new light. Capable of sensory perception, complex communication, symbiosis with many other species, and a unique ability to influence the climate, trees are equipped with surprising faculties long acknowledged by indigenous communities.

This new volume strives to highlight the beauty, ingenuity, and biological richness of trees through works by contemporary artists, indigenous artists, scientific imagery, lm stills, photographs, and text. Based on the impressive exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, Trees invites the reader to dive into the fascinating and beautiful world of trees.

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