Harrison’s Garden is an imagined inner landscape and garden of clocks. The installation artwork by Luke Jerram was commissioned via the Museums at Night project Connect! It was first presented on a small scale with 1000 clocks, at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery in Honiton in October 2015.
We are now seeking expressions of interest from venues interested in presenting a larger, more ambitious version of this work.
This art project will be most successful installed in a venue where it can really resonate. This could be a historic house, museum, church, mill, prison, Cold War site, or a property where time, or the measuring of time, was important.
Your organisation’s team will need to have some prior experience of delivering an art project, as you’ll need the capacity to coordinate a call-out and collection of old clocks from people in the local area.
For more information, please download the 12-page Harrison’s Garden Touring Project information pack.
If your organisation is interested in hosting Harrison’s Garden, please contact Nick Stockman by calling 01273 523983 or emailing [email protected].