29 november t/m 9 december: Anna Cherednikova, XPO
How is a garden made?
We consider a garden, as a determined place, where different forms of life mix, adapt and coexist. Constant migration of the plants and species, the present of human intervention everywhere in the nature, makes the borders of the garden are flexible and everything which is inside connects and influences with that what is outside.
Let’s question the way we see a garden and represent it, what we actually define today as a garden, what we protect and put behind the gardens fence and what happens outside.
Anna Cherednikova is a conceptual photographer currently working between Spain and France. Her research centers on the relationship between people and nature, and she works with temporality as central aspect of her practice. MFA from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Complutense University, Madrid and participant in varies residencies with the most recent one at l’École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d’Arles. Anna has received grants from the European Commission and the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Education. Her artworks have been exhibited in Spain, Portugal, Italy and France.
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