CAROLA'S GARDEN – A Return to Paradise

Metres-high flowers and plants, insects larger than elephants, and visitors ‘shrunk’ to the size of pollen – with the 360° panorama CAROLA’S GARDEN, Yadegar Asisi showcases a small present-day paradise.

The unusual perspective enables the 32-metre-tall panorama to illustrate the beauty and complexity of nature, and introduces our local gardens as exotic places of longing.

In advance of the opening, an accompanying exhibition displays selected works from the time Asisi spent exploring and developing this topic. The around 100 photographs, watercolours, acrylic paintings and drawings portray the garden as an allegory for life’s big questions and once again show the splendour of the garden and its inhabitants.

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In constant dialogue with science and art, Yadegar Asisi composes the largest 360° Panoramas in the world from photographies, sketches and paintings. These have been on display since 2003/2006 in the asisi Panometers in Leipzig and Dresden – both of which are listed former gasometers, serving as exhibition spaces for Asisis's art. Many other projects are in progress – both in Germany and abroad. The Panoramas have been on display in Berlin since 2011. 

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