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Panopticon

Presented by the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania, in association with Dark Mofo:

DARK MOFO       University of Tasmania

Design: Lauren Jones, Jonty Dalton, Taliesin Fox-Henry & Ellie Sheridan
Photography: Jessie Barclay, Mark Aheimer, Charles Chadwick & Alice Woods

You were the watcher; they, the watched.

Friday 9 — Sunday 11 & Thursday 15 — Sunday 18 June, 5 — 10pm 2017

Presented by the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania, in association with Dark Mofo, Panopticon featured twenty individual installations by Art, Music and Theatre students from the School of Creative Arts.

Each installation or 'cell' showcased a work interpreting the Dark Mofo theme of silence for 2017. Every Panopticon cell contained at least one live body at all times during exhibition hours, and was visible from the ground floor windows of the Hunter Street campus.

Join us for Panopticon II as part of Dark Mofo 2018.

On Silence

A series of free talks on the theme of silence in politics, science and art, presented by Dark Mofo and the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania.

Where

Dechaineux Lecture Theatre
Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart

On Censorship: Friday 16 June, 1pm

Speakers: Mike Parr, Sean Dockray and Greg Barns.

Missed the talk? Livestream the talk.

On the Void

Speakers: Chris Levine, Rainer Jozeps and Dr Lucia McCallum.

Missed the talk? Livestream the talk.

On Stealth

Speakers: Saul Eslake, Dr Alysia Bennett and the Right Reverend Dr Richard Condie.

Missed the talk? Livestream the talk.

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