Gardens were and are the theatrum of nature itself, which—no matter what functions it performs—is exhibited in them for show [...]." Every living organism residing in them is in a sense an actor. As a whole, however,gardens as space-time, dynamic formations have a performative structure,whose components are both human and non-human beings, activities as well as processes. They form a network of dependencies in which man and nature define each other, interacting with each other.

︎ Mateusz Salwa, Estetyka ogrodu. Między sztuką a ekologią [Garden Aesthetics. Between Art and Ecology], Officyna, Łódź 2016, p. 139.

Interspecies Performance is liberating the roles of human and non-human performers from the self-regula-ting garden scripts and deem themselves performers appearing before an auditorium of plants and animals. This performance allows the artists to see the world from the point of view of the other organisms inhabitingthis area. Through the action, art is most certainly acquire fans from other species, but humans are alsowelcome to attend.

︎︎︎ CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY: Wojciech Grudziński, Aleksandra Osowicz
︎︎︎ PERFORMANCE: Wojciech Grudziński, Aleksandra Osowicz, Magdalena Ptasznik
︎︎︎ DRAMATURGY: Joanna Ostrowska
︎︎︎ SOUND: Jędrzej Borowski, Zoi Michailova
︎︎︎ CURATOR Anna Czaban
︎︎︎ PREMIERE: 09.09.2018