Gathered around a banquet of fruits, participants stood barefoot on the soil encircling the spread. Following a silent moment of grounding, all were invited to consume the fruit. The seeds that remained were placed in clay seed bombs handcrafted by Christian Sleiman, to be re- turned to the earth. Participants are encouraged to log the location of their capsule by filling the following form, allowing the artist to track the growth of the seedlings.
|Location:||Beirut RiverLess Forest, Sin El Fil|
|Tags:||Site-specific intervention Participatory art|
|Framework:||Art, Ecology, and the Commons|
|Authorizations:||Municipality of Sin El Fil|