Wet Flowers 

In collaboration with Rowena Buur
The Netherlands 2020

Work exploring queer botany or a queer sexual approach to ecology.

Sometimes we forget how to make love,
forget how to give love.

Loving each other,
loving ourself,
loving the earth.

Rubbing the mud into my skin,
touching the flowers from the top to the bottom.

Watching the water floating,
becoming one with her skin.

Is it possible to make love to the earth,
make love with her like we make love with each other.

Is it possible to touch the earth,
touch her like we touch each other.


Selected for: A record of the ecosex movement. In Imagine The Earth Is Your Lover, curated by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, artists and filmmakers visualize their mad, passionate and fierce love for the Earth, shifting the metaphor from ‘Earth as Mother’ to ‘Earth as Lover’ in order to create a more mutual and sustainable relationship with the Earth. (Click image below to go to the video)