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Veil Garden offers a contemporary interpretation of the Paradise Garden. Delineated with chain link fence, the rectangular garden provides privacy and protection and is notable for its inwardly directed quality. Passages mark four points of entry that are transitional spaces between the spiritual and terrestrial world. The four openings focus individually on a unique aspect of the earthly paradise, but only once allow you into this secret garden, that remains elusive and indefinable. Exploring the material and spiritual aspects of paradise, this new allegory contributes to the dialogue between emotion and materiality, comfort and necessity.
Architect: Studio Bryan Hanes - DIGSAU
Years of exhibition: 2010, 2011, 2012