Out of Nowhere is a collaborative exhibition that explores the issue of roadkill and the loss of wildlife found on Tasmanian roads. Each of the three rooms have been given a title; impact, transformation and resolution, and the artists were allocated a room for creative exploration and interpretation.

The impact room mirrors the experience of driving on Tasmanian roads, where every 3kms there is an animal fatality. A statistic that makes this island the roadkill capital of the world.

ROOM #1

 


The transformation room explores ways to honour the loss of life due to human impact. This intuitive response is the result of a creative process that is both ritualistic and cathartic in nature. Where animal bones, skulls, hides and feathers are used to create artworks that honour the spirit of the animal.

ROOM #2

 
 

ROOM #3

This room invites the audience to contemplate the life/death/life cycle, land and title ownership, fences, roads, and personal responsibility. So native animals can graze freely as they have done so for thousands of years.

 

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Venue: Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery

Dates: 01.10.2017 - 05.02.2018

 

Address: 3718 Cradle Mountain Rd,

Cradle Mountain TAS 7306

Opening Hours: 9am - 5pm Daily

 

Phone: (03) 6492 1404 

 

Curator: Kylie Eastley

 

Artists:

Impact Room: Jerome Dobinson

Transformation Room: Natasha Milenovic

Resolution Room: Amanda Kay

Sponsors + Support:

RACT

Rockit Ashpalting

Jeremy Claus Boat Building

Eagle Plastics

Think Big Printing

 

Special Thanks To:

 

Suzi Manigian

Zoe Magnus

Judith-Anne Jackson

Kate Jackson

Gerald Schnitzhofter

Scott Graham

Jessica Coughlan

Tim Allison

Tim de Carvalho

Tim Wells

Ayelet Anush

Out of Nowhere

A Conversation with Suzi Manigian Animal Rescuer

Duration:  1:05:02

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