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Bronte Booth, David Hamilton, Ed King, Jacob Leary, Serena Rosevear & Isis St Pierre and Tricky Walsh

Change can be challenging. It requires us to shift expectations and find new solutions. Change can also bring renewal, the prospect of encountering exciting and unimagined opportunities. Spring Bay Mill has begun the process of converting the old woodchip mill site at Triabunna into a centre of environmental and cultural exchange, set within a botanical garden. Using the mill’s large-scale industrial environment as its canvas, Reorder takes advantage of this unique moment to examine the transition from one form of enterprise to another. Six site-specific installations have been created in response to particular locations at the Spring Bay Mill site, utilising found materials and the power of this complex landscape.

Bronte Booth recovers discarded wood, David Hamilton reassembles the remnant chip pile, Ed King forges redundant rusted machine parts, Jacob Leary redefines systems and processes, Serena Rosevear and Isis St Pierre reconfigure documents and their human traces, and Tricky Walsh reconstitutes stuff into imaginary machines.

Curator: Jane Deeth

 

Artists commissioned by Spring Bay Mill in collaboration with Ten Days

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TICKETS

Free event

DURATION

Sat 21 – Sun 29 March, daily 10am-6pm

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

FLOOR TALK

Sat 21 March, 1pm-2pm

DATES

Triabunna

Spring Bay Mill

Sat 21 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Sun 22 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Mon 23 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Tue 24 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Wed 25 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Thu 26 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Fri 27 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Site closed today Sat 28 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm Sun 29 Mar 2015, 10am - 6pm

SUPPORTED BY

  • Hydro Tasmania logo
Image by Mike Bowers

Change can be challenging. It requires us to shift expectations and find new solutions. Change can also bring renewal, the prospect of encountering exciting and unimagined opportunities. Spring Bay Mill has begun the process of converting the old woodchip mill site at Triabunna into a centre of environmental and cultural exchange, set within a botanical garden. Using the mill’s large-scale industrial environment as its canvas, Reorder takes advantage of this unique moment to examine the transition from one form of enterprise to another. Six site-specific installations have been created in response to particular locations at the Spring Bay Mill site, utilising found materials and the power of this complex landscape.

Bronte Booth recovers discarded wood, David Hamilton reassembles the remnant chip pile, Ed King forges redundant rusted machine parts, Jacob Leary redefines systems and processes, Serena Rosevear and Isis St Pierre reconfigure documents and their human traces, and Tricky Walsh reconstitutes stuff into imaginary machines.

Curator: Jane Deeth

 

Artists commissioned by Spring Bay Mill in collaboration with Ten Days

AAT-Workshop-icon

AAT-Artists-Talks-icon

 

 

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