Bringing their project to Albury, Axelsen and Moline engaged a willing group of local high school students as part of a residency workshop run across the Albury Botanic Gardens and MAMA. With consultation with Gardens staff, Axelsen and Moline led a new wave of Plant Agents through the propagation, transportation and re-housing of a medicinal South African species Plectranthus. Participants were charged with devising and creating their own wearable device, physically connecting themselves with their plant subordinate.
Through the design and construction of these devices, students were asked to consider what needs the plant might have, how it would prefer to be situated, transported and in what fashion.
Axelsen and Moline continue the Plant Agency movement, encouraging students to become active participants by acting on the behalf of plants to ensure the future survival of humans.