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Let Us Cultivate Our Garden borrows the titular quote from Voltaire's satirical novel Candide, implying to tend to our own scope of business and bother with ourselves less with the inevitable sufferings of the world. It can be understood that, if you take care of your own, the world will take care of itself. Using the motif of garden, this project examines the quote in the present day by exploring the notion of “cultivating our own garden under the context of an increasingly interconnected world”.

Apple

 

Let Us Cultivate Our Garden borrows the titular quote from Voltaire's satirical novel Candide, implying to tend to our own scope of business and bother with ourselves less with the inevitable sufferings of the world. It can be understood that, if you take care of your own, the world will take care of itself. Using the motif of garden, this project examines the quote in the present day by exploring the notion of “cultivating our own garden under the context of an increasingly interconnected world”.

Banana

 

Let Us Cultivate Our Garden borrows the titular quote from Voltaire's satirical novel Candide, implying to tend to our own scope of business and bother with ourselves less with the inevitable sufferings of the world. It can be understood that, if you take care of your own, the world will take care of itself. Using the motif of garden, this project examines the quote in the present day by exploring the notion of “cultivating our own garden under the context of an increasingly interconnected world”.

Carrot

 

Let Us Cultivate Our Garden borrows the titular quote from Voltaire's satirical novel Candide, implying to tend to our own scope of business and bother with ourselves less with the inevitable sufferings of the world. It can be understood that, if you take care of your own, the world will take care of itself. Using the motif of garden, this project examines the quote in the present day by exploring the notion of “cultivating our own garden under the context of an increasingly interconnected world”.

Durian

 

Let Us Cultivate Our Garden borrows the titular quote from Voltaire's satirical novel Candide, implying to tend to our own scope of business and bother with ourselves less with the inevitable sufferings of the world. It can be understood that, if you take care of your own, the world will take care of itself. Using the motif of garden, this project examines the quote in the present day by exploring the notion of “cultivating our own garden under the context of an increasingly interconnected world”.

Eggplant

 

Let Us Cultivate Our Garden borrows the titular quote from Voltaire's satirical novel Candide, implying to tend to our own scope of business and bother with ourselves less with the inevitable sufferings of the world. It can be understood that, if you take care of your own, the world will take care of itself. Using the motif of garden, this project examines the quote in the present day by exploring the notion of “cultivating our own garden under the context of an increasingly interconnected world”.

Fig