'Reading Rye Lane in Reverse' is part of 'Winter Garden', an exhibition and events programme of films, performances, readings and broadcasts made in response to John Latham's garden in winter. What was once a driveway to a stable block became a green pathway to the artist's studio, where bricks, roof tiles and planting frames lay in the long grass. Here, the artist grew strawberries on the roof, and watered ferns and flowers inside his studio conservatory. During the months of nature's winter dormancy, a group of artists, writers and curators consider the idea of the Winter Garden. In their films, performances and texts the garden at Flat Time House resonates as a space of reflection and a threshold into other terrain past and present, urban, remote and imaginary. Participating artists include: Anna Best, Annabel Nicolson, Audrey Reynolds and Anne Tallentire, with shadow play performances by Gill Eatherley and garden interventions by Perdita Fenn. Curated by Lucy Reynolds.