Contemporary Locus 15 has invited the artist Sophie Ko to work inside Parco Caprotti and its Tea Pavillion- a small glass building built in 1890, today in partial disuse- for a project related to the idea of the garden and painting as a possible interpretation of a landscape memory. The project pushed the artist’s research toward a three-dimensional and installation dimension that defines the space of the Tea Pavilion as a place of action that reveals actuality, memory, time and imagination.

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