Performance by Gaia Fugazza, shown at the Lisson Gallery, London. Mouth sculptures, rituals, birth control, plant intelligence, plant sentience, transcendental practices Cast alluminium bangles used as musical instruments in the performance Mimosa PUdica by Gaia Fugazza. Transcendental percussions Drawing by Gaia Fugazza carved onto natural rubber. Therianthropy, Self_portrait. Porcelain mouth- sculptures by Gaia Fugazza, offered in the performance Mimosa Pudica.Birth controll, drugs, ritual Painting by Gaia Fugazza on carved wood shown at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, Salon de Montrouge, Montrouge. Contraceptive, control of women’s bodies, breast implants Painting by Gaia Fugazza on carved wood shown at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, Salon de Montrouge, Montrouge. Contraceptive, control of women’s bodies, moon cycle Painting on carved wood by Gaia Fugazza shown at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, Salon de Montrouge, Montrouge. Contraceptives, history of religion, evolution. Sculptures by Gaia Fugazza to be displayed in the visitors’mouths, shared invisible experience, internal perception Collaborative work by Giovanna Silva and Gaia Fugazza. Stromboli. Underwater creatures. Other species. Photo by Gaia Fugazza with Ipomea Violacea. Natural psichedelics. LSA From simple geometry to natural pattern to legs, octopussy, birds, beacks, murmaids, language and code. Drawing by Gaia Fugazza carved onto natural rubber. Pivo, San Paolo, ayuhuasca visions Datura Stramonium, Flyign potions, Witch on the broom stick Collaborative artwork by Gaia Fugazza and Haroon Mirza shown at the Tinguely Museum, Basel. The electricity generated though the solar panel, goes trough the copper elements in Fugazza’s work and feeds the LED lights and the speakers that generate a sound. Painting on bleached canvas by Gaia Fugazza. Prehistory, contemporary attitudes towards nature and food, disability. Hand made pigments. Birth in the River, a painting by Gaia Fugazza with a woman giving birth in the forest while her husband films it on an I-pad. The desire for nature doesn’t resist the temptation of documenting Understanding your Position a performance by Gaia Fugazza, Chelsea College of Arts, London. Understanding a child by moving alike, inadvertently practicing performance. Poto and Cabengo, a performance by Gaia Fugazza. Unknowingly practiced performance, children language. Atropa Belladonna bothanical drawing carved onto natural rubber filled with sulphur by Gaia Fugazza, shown at Mimosa House, London Carving by Gaia Fugazza on natural rubber, murmaid, shown at Mimosa House San Pedro. Psicotropic plants, hand job Atropa Belladonna. Psicotropic plants Carving on wood by Gaia Fugazza, Children and i-pads, leaving all choices open