65 Murray Street Hobart
There is a fascinating duality at play in Lewis Carroll’s darkly absurd masterpiece, which is not lost on Launceston-based artist Junko Go.
Delving into the archives at State Library of Victoria, Höflich will research magical practices as ways of measuring and predicting, in response to a culture shaped by digital algorithms.
That unwieldy and shapeshifting beast, the artist-run initiative, comes in myriad forms and structures, all lumped into one handy pen for the ease of grant panels.
This exhibition sees Van Gogh’s struggle with questions of life. The seasons are allegorical – reaping and sowing, represent growth in life and death in harvest. In particular, wheat fields, olive and cypress trees were frequent subjects that allude to this cycle.
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