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Saturday 9th July

Hours: 1 – 2pm AEST
Location: Online
Price: Free

tête-à-tête is a series of online conversations with artists and friends of TAR generously sharing their practices and experiences with us.  These sessions are hosted on zoom and free for all.

This session: JULIE GOUGH

JULIE GOUGH is an artist, writer and curator who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. Julie’s research and art practice involves uncovering and re-presenting subsumed and often conflicting histories, often referring to her own and her family’s experiences as Tasmanian Aboriginal people. Current work in installation, sound and video provides the means to explore ephemerality, absence and recurrence.

Our previous conversations are available in the TAR Membership including: Megan Evans, Jen Whitten, Nic Plowman, Sharon Billinge, Pip Ryan, Godwin Bradbeer, Fran O’Neill, Victoria Reichelt, Yuria Okamura, Hannah Bertram, Cameron Robbins, Erika Gofton, Juan Ford, Yvette Coppersmith, Jacqui Stockdale, Jo Lane, Adrian Kellett, Merryn Trevethan, Charlotte Watson, David Hagger, Sarah Tomasetti, Vernon Ah Kee, Marieke Dench, Sam Leach, Lara Chamas, Minka Gillian, Mary Tonkin and Wilma Tabacco.

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