This installation is a water cycle that requires active participation. When the pump is being squeezed, water is will be pushed up to the top, where it is collected and used to water a tomato plant.
Any excess water runs out and through three batches of pink oyster mushrooms, which are not only beautiful and edible,
but also able to filter water with their mycelium.
From there, the water finds its way down again to the
water collection pot.
This represents a current project of the class Design for the Living World in cooperation with raumlabor:
The Floating University Berlin.

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