Gudrun Ingratubun is a plant-printing and book artist as well as a translator of Indonesian literature. She studied agriculture and English language and lived in Tanzania, the United Kingdom and Indonesia for seven years. In Jakarta and Berlin, she initiated book projects with children. In her own art atelier, she prints with leaves and flowers, and experiments with plant matter dye baths, inks and printing pastes on paper and cloth. In this way, she documents collective processes from a plant perspective and confronts them with human influences. She also designs and, together with others, sets up raised flowerbeds in public spaces. Her works of art have been exhibited in the “Prinzessinnengarten”, in the “Organ kritischer Kunst” (OKK) and in the “bauhaus reuse Pavillon” in Berlin.