Jane Le Besque, exhibited a selection of Sempervivum portraits featuring accepted natural species, natural hybrids, and cultivars.
Franck Poly, botanist: a selection of Franck’s collection is displayed on the windowsills of the Green Room with a comment on the fragility of the species in a future dry climate.
Brennan Goddard, physicist: he fed AI software with Jane’s original paintings and used generative techniques to create artwork, paintings and videos with musicians.
Alessandro Parisotto, soft matter physicist: explored the limits of the visible using electron and light microscopy and created with Jane images of leaf tips of tiny daughter plants, revealing their individual characteristics.
Joël Bastard, poet: created artist’s books on Sempervivum with Jane, published by Éditions Negro Solimöes.
Yannick Bonvin Rey, artist: using rosettes and leaves as brushes to reveal the individual traces or signatures of different Sempervivum varieties.
Thibaud Messerschmid, a scientific curator at the Munich-Nymphenburg Botanical Garden, presented earlier research results on Allopatric hybrids and past range dynamics in Sempervivum