Mirrored Gardens

Photo: Louise G. Feldt. Courtesy of Vitamin Creative Space.

Hualong Agriculture Grand View Garden
Panyu District
Guangzhou
China
Hours: Wednesday–Sunday 11am–5pm
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Based on research of contemporary living conditions, local history and the actual experience of our daily existence, Mirrored Gardens attempts to construct a “field.” Here, contemporary art practice, quotidian life and a kind of farming-oriented life practice, meet and overlap with each other.

As “constructed nature,” Mirrored Gardens provides a nurturing ground for germination and practicing the creative diversity, which may encourage us to learn the energy that allow us to sense and connect with the system of the universe through our daily contact. It will constantly investigate how contemporary art can become a dynamic media that enhances the transformation between different ideas, material forms and time-space dimensions—the spatial form of Mirrored Garden reflects the processes and results of the interactions of these fluid ideas, practices and energies.

The architecture of Mirrored Gardens is designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects. Inspired by the natural and traditional character of the surrounding villages, the project seeks to merge with its environment. In order to minimize the impact of the building on the site, the program is broken down into several small buildings that create a village-like ensemble.

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