Julie Gough/
Tense Past
Julie Gough/
Tense Past

A major new exhibition by Tasmanian Aboriginal artist Julie Gough, and an interrogation of colonialism and its impact on Tasmania’s first people—then and now. Gough’s sculpture, sound and video installations are interspersed with new site-specific works that respond to artefacts borrowed from numerous collections across the country. And then to the Domain, where the exhibition continues with Gough’s memorial to stolen and missing children.

Curated by Mary Knights
Friday 7 June, 6–10pm
Saturday 8–Sunday 16 June, 10am–4pmTuesday 18–Sunday 23 June, 10am–4pm
Day entry via Dunn Place
Friday 14 + Saturday 15 June, 5–9pmFriday 21 + Saturday 22 June, 5–9pm
Night entry via Argyle Street
Continues until Sunday 3 November Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Presented by Dark Mofo and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body
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