SOFT POWER: The Collaborative Making of a Botanical Installation


This Humid House and Wagner Kreusch come together to create a botanical installation live at the Chamber of The Arts House. "SOFT POWER" draws from the language of plants and flowers presented in the context of diplomacy. Come and experience the collaborative making of a botanical installation in a historically significant space! The event will conclude with a Q&A segment with Wagner and the designers from This Humid House.

Chamber at The Arts House
1 Old Parliament Lane
Wednesday, 6 March 2024
$90, Open Seating

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THIS HUMID HOUSE is a botanical design studio founded in Singapore committed to developing a language expressed through plants and flowers that is sensitive to climate, geography, culture and the contemporary. Based in Singapore and Paris, they are known for creating experiences and telling stories through living media for celebrations and events. This Humid House has been featured in Architectural Digest, Wallpaper*, Monocle, Le Figaro, The New York Times Style Magazine and La Repubblica. They were VOGUE Singapore's artist-in-residence in December 2022 and have been commissioned to create art installations by Esplanade Singapore, the Asian Civilisations Museum and the National Parks Board.

WAGNER KREUSCH, a London-based florist from Brazil is a longtime teacher and practitioner of the floral arts whose distinctive work is influenced by Ikebana. Wagner is a certified Sogestsu teacher and trained under the late Ikebana master and former director of Sogetsu London, Mr Shigeo Suga. In 2017, Wagner co-founded the London Flower School. As head teacher and Creative Director, he led a team in pushing the boundaries of floral education worldwide, emphasizing floristry as an art form. Recently, Wagner has immersed himself in gardening, striving to elevate awareness of floristry's healing potential and the fragility of natural environments.


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