The project explores the idea of self-sufficiency of information, the possibility of its growth, flowering and dying. Parts of plants from the garden next to the gallery are used as prototypes. In the process of life, plants lose parts of their body - leaves, branches, stems, etc. A person studies these fragments and through this study gives them new life.
The artist creates a special algorithm that extracts information from dead parts of plants and, multiplying by itself, this information grows, blooms and dies. An algorithm is the DNA of an artificial plant, a “digital flower,” whose seed is a fragment of a dead nature. The growth and ripening of a flower are expressed in graphs and drawings, which are multiplied with each action; bloom, like smell in nature, adds new dimensions - color and sound.
Viewers are invited to play the role of a gardener and admire the digital garden, surrounded by garden tools designed for the cultivation of biological plants.