This exhibition will see a bunch of artists grapple with the human urge to alter, capture and reproduce the natural environment—but also, how we distinguish ourselves from it. From Launceston to Hobart, they will explore connections between historic Tasmanian animal enclosures, the state’s expanding tourism economy, and examples of capturing and mimicking nature from around the world.Curated by Liam James
Friday 14 June, 12–5pm Saturday 15 June, 10am–2pm Wednesday 19–Friday 21 June, 12–5pm Saturday 22 June, 10am–2pm Wednesday 26–Friday 28 June, 12–5pm Saturday 29 June, 10am–2pm
Be warned: this event is part of Dark Path, which means you’ll need to walk to the venue from the Regatta Grounds—check the map. The Dark Path route is dark, covers uneven terrain, and some parts are not fully accessible by wheelchair; if you have mobility requirements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to discuss alternative access options.