EDIBLE ESTATES regional prototype garden #4: LONDON, england - EXHIBITION PAGE
Commissioned by the Tate Modern for the exhibition "Global Cities" June 19th - August 27th, 2007, in the Turbine Hall.
Go to garden page, or read the London Olympics 2012 proposal
For the exhibition at the Tate Modern, Edible Estates installed a large table with graphics that tell the stories of the London and Los Angeles Gardens. In the center of the table are 60 books on urban agriculture and growing food, particularly for the region around London. A plasma screen plays alternate videos about the two gardens. At the entry to the exhibit there is a garden "photo of the week" which will document the growth of the London garden through it's first summer.
commissioned by the Tate Modern
partnership with and support from Bankside Open Spaces Trust
sponsorship from Better Bankside
photography by Heiko Prigge
exhibition graphics by a.b.a.k.e.
video by Jacinto Astiazaran
exhibition production, research and support by Matthew Au
Edible Estates identity by Department of Graphic Sciences
Tate Modern curator for Global Cities: November Paynter and assistant curator Kathy Noble.
For more information on this garden or to be involved, please contact B.O.S.T. at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020.7261.1009
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