Plants & Prejudice

2015
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The bond between human being and plant – whether it be neutral, emotional or non-existing – is shaping the perception of how plants are integrated in our daily life. Form, shape, colour or fragrance can be triggers for a variety of denotations and/or connotations. These differences result in an ambiguity of meaning, explored through different contributors in the publication Plants & Prejudice.

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