Garden of Reason
Ham House and Garden
Richmond, TW10 7RS
28 April – 23 September
Garden of Reason is an exciting contemporary art exhibition taking place at National Trust property Ham House and Garden Richmond.
Animate Projects commissioned artist Carolina Melis to make a new work in response to the historic gardens inspired by the 17th-century gardens and their owner, Elizabeth Dysartas as part of the Garden of reason project.
Carolina’s new film Regarding Gardens will be in exhibition Garden and will premiere online on the National Trust website and animateprojects.org in April.
The exhibition takes place at Ham House and Garden from 28 April–23 September.
Garden of Reason is a contemporary art programme at Ham House and Garden, and is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.