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a collaborative project with horticulturalist Regan Flanagan - a forested presentation of plants propagated from liberated clippings of other plants, staged with large format photographs of these new plants, taken during the process of regrowth. These plants are identical clones that retain all unique characteristics of the parent plant. They are direct indices of their parent plant - similar to the act of photography itself. The plants create a distinct representation of an original that are simultaneously identical but always different from the source. They grow faster and flower sooner than plants grown from seed, becoming fully independent fruiting bodies.