Céline Condorelli (b. 1974), based in Lisbon and London, is one of the participating artists in the exhibition. She works in the field between architecture and art and examines collective, public spaces for conversation.
Condorelli's artist book Zanzibar presents four works of art on the garden as an exhibition and concludes with the public artwork Zanzibar that the artist created for Kings' Cross station in London. The artworks are sculptures and public places simultaneously, works of art that can be used, sat on, and which encourage interaction in a way that is not always allowed in relation to artworks.
The exhibition Ground Control brings together works by contemporary artists who are interested in the political dimensions of botany: plants as a commodity, the circulation of plants in the world and their classification.