20th October – 3rd December, 2023
Artist Julie Gough presents a newly developed body of work in her solo exhibition, Disclosure.
20 October – 3 December 2023
OPENING NIGHT, FRIDAY 20 OCTOBER 5:30PM
In this solo exhibition, Julie Gough employs film, installation, and archives to unearth submerged narratives, blending the building’s colonial past with local histories. Drawing inspiration from multiple Newcastle visits and residencies, she seamlessly melds past and present, crafting narratives of memory and place. This synthesis of art and research offers a deep dive into history, showcasing her significant connections with local institutions and Indigenous artists.
About Julie Gough
Gough is an artist, writer, academic and curator whose work exposes hidden and conflicting histories, many rooted in her family’s experiences as Tasmanian Aboriginal people. A Trawlwoolway woman, her Briggs-Johnson lineage has been based in the Latrobe region of northwest Tasmania since the 1840s. Their Traditional Country, Tebrikunna, is in far northeastern Lutruwita (Tasmania).
The Dance of the Remediators//
HUGO MOLINE & HEIDI AXELSEN
The Lock-Up presents a survey of newly commissioned and existing works by artists and collaborators Hugo Moline and Heidi Axelsen.
the foul of the air/
THE LIVING ROOM THEATRE
A sound work without a score, a dance piece without steps, theatre without words.