The Biome Group concerns itself with an exploration of the living structure of the City. This includes both physical objects and organisms. "Ecology" calls this a "biome."
We seek to develop an awareness of the organisms populating the City with special emphasis on their locations and identities. We are interested in the implications of pattern language, and the meanings of "being," "nature," "life," and the "environment." We call into question the concept of a "natural world" as an opposition to the anthropocentric world and deny the existence of "wilderness."
The instruments of praxis do not belong to the agents of praxis, the workers: and it is obvious because of this that the opaque zone that separates man from himself and from nature has become a part of man, and a part of nature. Our task is not to rediscover nature, but to remake it.
We also seek to develop a concrete eating bacteria and release it into the wild.