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Botanically-themed poetry readings from a poetry zine called PLANTS as part of the Potter Museum of Art MULCH event.

MULCH was an afternoon of live art and sonic performance in the University of Melbourne System Garden – an oasis in the heart of the Parkville campus. Performance chemist and curator Lichen Kelp invited an eclectic range of artists to present aseries of site-specific works in conversation with the plants and local ecologies of the Garden. Chemical reactions, improvised movement, experimental electronics, beekeeping, poetry and perfumery all combined in a dynamic program of esoteric and scientific investigation.

• Honey Fingers acknowledges First Nations Peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and keep bees