The Sculpture Garden at Norval Foundation features three-dimensional and installation-based artworks by artists from South Africa and Africa. The unique site, bisected by a protected Cape Lowland Freshwater Wetland and surrounded by the natural beauty of the Western Cape, features flora that are indigenous to the area. The placement of artwork takes the site into consideration, using the contours of the garden to hide and reveal work, creating an experience of discovery for the viewer. The building has been designed so that the Western side gives way onto the Sculpture Garden at multiple points, allowing visitors access from the galleries, building connections between exhibitions taking place both inside and outside. The exhibition programme in the Sculpture Garden aims to represent a plurality of practices currently taking place in the region, including artists working with the figure, narrative and mythology, abstraction and post-minimalism and craft. Artworks will be a mixture of long term loans and works from the Homestead Art Collection, which are installed permanently. Special thanks to all of the artists and the generous support of Everard Read CIRCA Gallery, Cape Town/Johannesburg/London; NIROX Foundation Trust, Johannesburg; STEVENSON, Cape Town/Johannesburg; and WHATIFTHEWORLD, Cape Town.