May 6, 2022
June 25, 2022
Glossolalia (the phenomenon of apparently speaking in an unknown language) is a two-part exhibition that features four national art practitioners, each creating a distinctive, yet harmonic experience through time-based media.
Glossolalia (pt. 1) is a selection of seven artworks by leading Tasmanian time-based media artist Matt Warren. Curated by Colin Langridge part 1 will explore conceptual and aesthetic threads of connection between Matt’s earlier explorations in video and sound, and more contemporary technology.
Glossolalia (pt. 2) is a gathering of three artists who play with the “hidden” or “obscured” in their work, the exposure of an occult of images and sound. Curated by Matt Warren, part 2 features the work of Gail Priest, Sean Bacon and Abbie Calvert.
Curated by Dr Colin Langridge and Dr Matt Warren.
Presented by: Dark Mofo and Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania
- 7 May 10:30am - Glossolalia: In conversation gallery floor talk
- 18 June - Deep Listening Workshops with Gail Priest and Matt Warren
- 19 June 3:30pm - Glossolalia: performance with Gail Priest and Matt Warren
Image credit: Matt Warren, Still from The Pull Of Gravity, 2017. Image courtesy of the artist.
Click to see Installation images
Click to read about the artist and curators
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Gallery hours during Dark Mofo:
9 – 12 and 15 – 20 June
5pm – 9pm
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Saturday 7 May - 25 June 2022
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Glossolalia launches at Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, as part of Dark Mofo festival.