farmScape is an event-scape; an engaged pavilion that requires the visitor’s help to re-imagine the traditional pavilion as a prosthetic landscape that simultaneously hijacks and implants flora within a local ecosystem. A device of both nature and artificiality, and venue for the community, it takes cues from the temporal nature of the biennale as well as the rapidly changing landscape of Hong Kong. Visitors are allowed to ‘rent’ individual plots within the dia-grid field and encouraged to plant seeds of their choice from a catalog of local crops; ultimately leading to the making of salads of local provenance.+ farmScape was featured in the mccm creations publication instant culture: Architecture and Urbansim as a Collective Process, edited by Eric Schuldenfrei and Marisa Yiu.