The performance A bad herb results from an attempt to develop a sensitive practice of being with rejected plants, getting to know their needs, and experiencing their causative power. Weeds grow as they please. They take root where they’re not wanted, they’re always out of place. At the same time, they become models for urban survival and resistance strategies. Drawing strength from rejection, they spread across the face of the Earth and the authority. Just like the bodies. By cultivating the relationship with what is unwelcome, A bad herb activates visions of social and vegetal processes of overgrowing with weeds.