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Trace

Sites of Love and Neglect

 

Hidden beneath the surface of this seemingly innocuous inlet on the Derwent Estuary is a grand tale of gradual demise in the face of technological advancement. This fascinating project links Tasmania to England’s largest wooden sailing warship and the purported plans for a Russian invasion of Australia.

Artist: Dean Chatwin

 

Part of SITES OF LOVE AND NEGLECT

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EXHIBITION DETAILS

Fri 17 – Sun 26 March, 10am – 4pm

PATRON ADVICE

Good walking shoes recommended for 2km (approx) medium grade walk to site.

DATES

Geilston Bay

Shag Bay

Fri 17 Mar 2017, until Sun 26 Mar 2017, 10am - 4pm

 

Hidden beneath the surface of this seemingly innocuous inlet on the Derwent Estuary is a grand tale of gradual demise in the face of technological advancement. This fascinating project links Tasmania to England’s largest wooden sailing warship and the purported plans for a Russian invasion of Australia.

Artist: Dean Chatwin

 

Part of SITES OF LOVE AND NEGLECT