The idea for this exhibition was born over ten years ago. After a first work with Mario Del Curto around the notion of “mirror worlds”, personal and most often unusual universes of so-called “Raw” artists, we are working together on a project around utopian gardens: in fact, more than any other environment perhaps, the garden marks the will of the human being to exert its grip on nature. Because the garden is not wilderness as we sometimes believe, but a fabricated, closed and controlled environment. Looking at the garden therefore opened the door to looking at the impact of humans...
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