The 17th-century garden at Ham served as inspiration and setting for eight major commissions, ranging from sculpture to film, sound pieces and performance, as well as a series live art events. The exhibition was further animated by a series of talks and tours.
The project also offered the chance for Ham House and Garden to get involved with its local community, and the interaction programme worked with local groups to produce fantastic new interpretations of the garden and even organise a unique evening event in August.
You can still look through the project blog or read our ‘about’ page to follow the links and find out more about Garden of Reason. There’s lots of great content to be found, including lots of films and even free downloads.