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Ethno-Botanic Laboratory

At the moment when reproductive and sexual rights in the U.S. are under fierce attack, the project aims to address the role of architecture in reproductive health care. Acknowledging women’s close relationship and empowerment with plants, the project takes federal land in New Orleans as an opportunity, interrogating the interrelationship between plants and humans, and uses it as a resistance in responding to the current situation of reproductive injustice in a hostile context.