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Every garden needs a shed and a lawn!
Domestic gardens are places we intrinsically understand – if it has a shed and a lawn, why then, it must be a garden. Designed for the tenth anniversary of the Festival in 2009, Every garden needs a shed and a lawn! presents ten elements of garden design that perhaps explain some of the many layers that gardens consist of. This dissected garden, displaying its component parts, is also a secret tour of a garden which allows the visitor to linger in each shed and reflect upon the meaning hidden in a garden. Conceived with humour, the installation features water, seeds, soil, clouds, carbon, pollination, concept, light, food, beauty.
Marché Dresdell de Mont-Joli
Architect: Deborah Nagan
Years of exhibition: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013