Vague Meadow was about migrating local dandelions from one place to another. Native dandelions at an old croft in Skane were gradually moved to Malmoe during the length of the exhibition, as a way of thinking about migration as well as marginal, vague, and unwanted edibles in our landscapes. The dandelion is an invasive plant that was brought into Scandinavia in the 17th century as a garden plant and then spread wild. The dandelion produces seeds without pollination. The seeds give rise to plants that are basically genetic copies of the mother plant. Vague Meadow was part of Agrikultura, an exhibition of public artworks, installations, meals, performances, urban interventions, and events that took place in Hyllie, Malmoe, in the summer of 2017.