There are parallel lines between the construction in reality and in the imagination of how a garden has evolved within an historic process. The story ends up in a big opening ceremony of the theme park where history seems to have been completely consumed and absorbed by contemporary social movement. When reality has already become commodity, The Garden of Mirrored Flowers is a labyrinth to be lost in, or a pavilion made by semi-reflective glass (like Dan Graham has made) which reflects self-images, precisely because we are situated within a reality replete with multiple routes.
Chinese | Dimensions: 21x 13cm | Vitamin Creative Space, 2009 | Pages: 148 P | ISBN 978-988-17864-7-0 | 15 Euros/20 Dollars
Please find the English version: Hu Fang: Garden of Mirrored Flowers (English Version)