Friday 9 June 2017, 1pm
Free (first in, best dressed)
Dechaineux Lecture Theatre, Centre for the Arts
Dr Alysia Bennett
The Right Reverend Dr Richard Condie
Ryk Goddard (facilitator)
Stealth is so often seen through destructive eyes: military technology, drone strikes, surreptitious eavesdropping. Are there other possibilities, however? Can stealth serve as a technology of resistance and preservation rather than destruction and pain? Can ‘living stealthily’ be a way of existing in the world that is respectful of others? In what ways can stealth enrich our lives? Our speakers engage with stealth as a practice of life.
Presented by Dark Mofo, University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian College of the Arts