From Ahuacatl to Rosa Terráqueo: Avocados, Water & Globalization - Performance at Yamamoto Seika
23 March 2019 3pm-5:30pm Yamamoto SeikaTengachayahigashi 2-5-5, Nishinariku Osaka, Japan Besides being powerful color sources, plants can also reveal different properties of the water used. High in tannins and readily available, avocado seeds are one of the most reliable colorants from nature. They yield a variety of hues depending on the quality of the water they are paired with. In this performance piece, water and avocado seeds will be used to foster conversations about globalization, circular economies and the role of natural dyes in the modern world. We will have a variety of water samples from around the world and explore how different characteristics like alkalinity and mineral content affect the hue obtained from the avocado seed.
Entrance Fee will be paid only once and visitors can come back as many times as they wish.
Opening Party Ticket includes also Entrance Fee for Exhibition. It does not include Performance Ticket.
Performance Ticket includes also Opening Party and Entrance Fee for Exhibition.