Painting on carved wood by Gaia Fugazza, ecology, concraceptive practices, plant intelligence, performance Performance by Gaia Fugazza, shown at the Lisson Gallery, London. Mouth sculptures, rituals, birth control, plant intelligence, plant sentience, transcendental practices Painting by Gaia Fugazza.It refers both to animal rights dialogues around sentience and to theories that link the origins of cave art to altered states of consciousness. Painting on carved wood by Gaia Fugazza, ecology, Those who walk away, plant intelligence, theriantropy Painting by Gaia Fugazza. Mysticism, empathy Painting by Gaia Fugazza. Ecology, ecofeminism Drawing by Gaia Fugazza carved onto natural rubber. Pivo, San Paolo, ayuhuasca visions Painting by Gaia Fugazza. ecology, plant intelligence, theriantrophy, empathy, maternity Performance by Gaia Fugazza, with music by Nik Void and coreography by Julie Cunnigham shown at the Royal Academy, London. Ultrarunning, transcendental practices, mirages, hallucinations Painting by Gaia Fugazza. Mysticism, empathy Painting on carved wood by Gaia Fugazza. Ecology, veganism, animism. Drawing by Gaia Fugazza carved onto natural rubber. Pivo, San Paolo, ayuhuasca visions Painting by Gaia Fugazza on carved wood. Grogs orgy Cast alluminium bangles used as musical instruments in the performance Mimosa Pudica by Gaia Fugazza. Transcendental percussions 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 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.