Nature(s) Medicine selected for the exhibition Particle(s), Belgium

Broch Nature(s) Medicine selected for the exhibition ‘Particle(s)’, Belgien


The exhibition Particle(s) is part of Brussels Jewellery Week, and if you would like to see the exhibition it is open frem the 25th April to the 5th of May and it is on display at MAD in Brussels.


You can read about my thoughts behind this piece here:



The twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss are two of the biggest risks facing our ability to survive and thrive on this planet.

‘Nature(s) Medicine’ is built around pill cases with a medicine compartment for every weekday. It is a brooch made to leave small but vital particles of blooming nature on a map of wasteland made by human. The wearer must leave these particles of blooming life by emptying a medicine compartment and plant the seeds of wildflowers every day of the week. At the end of the week when all compartments are empty, the open brooch will look like a blooming flower itself.

Then the compartments are refilled with seeds and the sowing starts again. New particles of blooming life will be spread in nature and city helping to rebuild nature.