Held on the 22nd Mar 2019 to
13th May 2019
Image credit: Dan Elborne, One Drop of Blood, porcelain, glaze, dimensions variable, 2013. Image courtesy of Ben Tupas.
Gothic pathologies, quarantines, and creative explorations of fear and transmission.
The exhibition explores collisions and exchanges that are darkly comic, examine the language of hysteria, the tenderness of touch, and contemporary border politics.
- Ravi Avasti
- Drew Berry
- Travis Cox
- Dan Elborne
- Svenja Kratz
- the late David McDiarmid
Curated by Dr Toby Juliff
Exhibition Dates: 22 March - 13 May
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday 12noon - 5:00pm
This project is partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Australia.
Exhibition Opening: Friday 22 March, 5:00 – 6:30pm
On behalf of the artists, the curator, and partners of Pandemic, we would like to warmly invite you to the official opening of the exhibition, held in conjunction with Ten Days on the Island.
Welcomed by Ten Days CEO Jane Haley, Pandemic explores the cultural phenomena of fear, transmission, and touch on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the global Spanish Influenza pandemic.
Pandemic is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation and Contemporary Art Tasmania Exhibition Development Fund and forms part of the Contemporary Art Tasmania Touring Program.