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TMAG & Dark Mofo – Julie Gough: Tense Past

Artist Julie Gough speaking about her film, Observance. Photo: Toby Frost.

Julie Gough engages with our violent colonial history in Tense Past, ABC Radio National, 12 June 2019

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Tasmanian artist Julie Gough‘s work uncovers and engages with Tasmania’s violent colonial history – and her own family’s story as both oppressors and oppressed.

She is the star of Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) throughout Dark Mofo and beyond with her major exhibition Tense Past, showing until November 3.

She sat down with Ed at TMAG to discuss the details of her work.

See also: TMAG What’s On

 

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