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Secret Life | Jonathan Horowitz and Elizabeth Peyton

August 14, 2012

A visual treatise of domesticated plants and clipped flowers, Secret Life, narrates the story of the house plant as a motif for interior domestic spaces and private introspections.  In human contexts, houseplants are at once living organisms and multilayered metaphors, accommodating our human projections of eroticism and fertility, ephemerality and decay, interiority and imagination.

Secret Life | Jonathan Horowitz and Elizabeth Peyton

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