After Paradise presents a collection of used, souvenir biscuit tins as an ideal, perpetually blooming garden. What do we save? How do we recognize paradise?
Utopically pictured in most cultures as nature reordered, economic, instructional, and reassuringly, enclosed, paradise is also individually characterized by an illusive longing: What shall I keep?
What does it mean? Contemporary thinking cannot also escape questions of genetic engineering, sexual politics, colonialism, nationalism, and environmental responsibility. After Paradise considers this destabilized ideal in an interior space filled with secondhand containers hoping to keep anxiety away. Postcards and tour guides interpret paradise as a collection, a garden and a souvenir.