Parks and Garden Projects: since 2009

In her photographic work Elisabeth Wörndl investigates parks, botanical and private gardens to draw the attention to social and individual cultivation processes that may reflect cultural developments as well as emotional situations.

Parks/gardens stand for the contradiction between nature and art, between the artificial and the organic, between structured and unorganised life. The relation between city, nature and the artificial is in the centre of Elisabeth Wörndl’s artistic investigation.


Mirabell Garten, Salzburg, 2010

High Line, New York, 2010 - 2012

Cimitero, Venedig, 2011

Jardin del Arte, Mexico City, 2012

Hortus Conclusus, Luxemburg, 2012

Kew Gardens, London, 2013