flowers, where is the garden

Astrantia Hadspen Blood seed and plant label


A new screen and print work created in response to Nori and Sandra Pope’s garden at Hadspen, near Castle Cary in Somerset which closed in 2005, commissioned by Somerset Art Works, and made as part of the Abundance Garden Trail, Somerset, 2013.

(Please select 720HD and full screen for viewing, as it has been edited for exhibition).

The moving image work is about the relationship between time, the gardener and the garden – the dispersal of a garden into other gardens through seeding, division, memory, love and loss.

Hadspen Garden was originally brought to recognition by Penelope Hobhouse, who went on to manage the garden at Tintinhull Manor.

More information on the project click through ‘Flowers, where is the garden’ menu of this blog.

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