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    The Herbarium as a workshop

    Martins, Luciana and Sekulowicz, L. (2021) The Herbarium as a workshop. TEA: The Ethnobotanical Assembly (8),

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    This article stems from an ongoing conversation between a cultural geographer and an artist about plants, materials and artefacts held at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Beginning with fresh tropical fruits and the artist’s early trials with pigments, we reflect on how we are learning to sharpen our eyes, and our senses more broadly, letting haptic knowledge feed into our research on biocultural collections. Considering the herbarium as a workshop, we unpack the artist’s toolkit and look at shared tools and processes, discussing how collaborations can reach across disciplines and cultures.

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