There is no real list of weeds as the definition of weed is purely subjective: some useful plants can become weeds when they cease their useful function for humans.
The harm is in the eye of the beholder, of the one who judjes.
In this work plants become the emblem of the condition of the outcasts: plants are silent, they have no say in the matter to express themselves or rebel against an indifferent society and can not choose their state of life: a discriminated person is in the same situation.
I wanted to create a sort of musical herbarium, inspired by the medieval Horti Sicci, ancient books in which herbs, flowers and leaves were collected, pressed
between the pages and whose paper is corrugated by the moisture of those plants. I studied the biology and morphology of a group of herbs which are
considered harmful (you can find the name of those plants at the bottom of
each page of the score) and tried to build a “madrigalism” for each of their main properties. The main purpose of this work is to show how beautiful and eager
for life are those plants. Each page of the score is different from the others, a collage unified by a collective musical material.