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Section 5

Adjua Greaves

Adjua Greaves
Black Botany
Black Botany 	winters in the gardens of White Supremacy nightmare parkgrounds  occupied as gymnasium  vigilances attuned for  			rootings cuttings  proliferations  of James Marion Sims   lies dormant in our seven billion bodies emerges in the spring of radical critique.     Receptor nodes transform energies of 	empathy 						consent  						interbeing  						 						into 	slow silent exuberances of mutual growth  intellect  artifacted  Science void of Other .
Adjua Gargi Nzinga Greave is an experiential information artist concerned with the genius of wilderness. She lives and works in New York City where she is currently completing work on The Bulletin of Wilderness and Academy: an introductory conclusion to unschoolMFA (Organic Electric Industries, 2016).



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