140 million years ago, angiosperms (flowers) mysteriously appeared on the earth and started stitching together a rapid-growing, colorful tapestry of life that made us possible. How Flowers Changed the World is a silent toy theatre puppet show accompanied by classical and experimental guitar music that shows us cosmic and old-fashioned vignettes of a flower powered universe.
Performed in the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden in Minneapolis for the 100th anniversary of the garden.
Created by Bart Buch, performed with Adam Collignon, music by Tim Cronin and Reed Aubin.
all photos by Bruce Silcox