Online exhibition: Regarding Gardens by Carolina Melis

Posted by AnimateProjects | Fri Apr 27th 2012 10:15 a.m.

Animate Projects is delighted to present the new film Regarding Gardens by Carolina Melis now online at

Carolina Melis was commissioned to create an animated film inspired by both the historic gardens of National Trust property, Ham House and Garden, and the estates 17th century owner, Elizabeth Dysart, who held the vision for the garden. The film presents a living portrait of the historic garden of Ham House.

The animation is supported by the research of Garden History specialist Michael Ann Mullen and is accompanied by an original poem by award-winning poet Simon Barraclough and music by renowned cellist Julia Kent.

Regarding Gardens can be viewed online here:

An essay by Michael Ann Mullen accompanies the exhibition and can be read here:

Regarding Gardens is in exhibition at Ham House, Richmond from 25 April to 28 September, more information can be found here:

Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund for Ham House and Garden, Garden of Reason 2012.
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