Tasmanian artists: Julie Gough, Francisca Moenne, Robert O'Connor.
Residency: October 1-December 6 2016 Santiago, Isla de Chiloé, Isla Navarino
Exhibition: 8 June-27 July 2017 146 ArtSpace Gallery, Hobart (TAS)
Evolution is a process of constant turn and re-turn; a backwards and forwards cruise from past to present; a non-linear system of unpredictable conversions and diversions that proceeds at no regular pace and on invisible flux.
Land is a place of origin. So is the night sky. Together they guard an unknown island; relations and interconnections that shape the surface; in silent motion, land pulses beneath our feet and above our shuttered eyes.
Gondwana is the embodied memory of time; the embryo of becoming; the shadow of identity. It is a land of the unknown; a space in-between; hidden in a black hole; and like black energy, present here and everywhere; threatened and consumed by hegemony.
Cartography is a system of layered interpretations that convey knowledge as they link into patterns of meaning that formulate maps into maps in succession