The 12th edition of Edible Estates is commissioned by Blood Mountain Foundation and planted in the utopian planned community of Wekerletelep built between 1908-1950. Designed to welcome rural farmers seeking work in the city and inspired by Ebenezer Howard’s Garden City, each home or apartment had a visible outdoor space where residents could cultivate the land and grow food according to their local traditions. Today the open spaces designed for urban farming have been neglected and remain untended. And it is now technically illegal to plant a visible kitchen garden. A local household was selected from an open call for the prototype garden site. Exhibition, video, website, poster, brochure, workshops, photographs, written word, will collectively circle around this modest domestic garden, raising it up as a model for local residents to consider.
fritzhaeg.com/garden/initiatives/edibleestates/budapest.html

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