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Undercurrents

Undercurrents draws on strong European connections, particularly with the Dutch and French, and the shore where all kinds of sea wrack are to be found – skeletons of sea sponges, fragments of figureheads, driftwood, animal bones, rope, fishing nets, bottles, metal objects and other debris.

This collaborative project between Barbie Kjar, Jennifer Marshall and Milan Milojevic, whose medium is primarily printmaking and work on paper, responds to the sea around Tasmania and the island’s rich maritime history. The work specifically references the rich array of artefacts held in the Maritime Museum’s collection.

Curator: Rona Hollingsworth

 

Presented by Maritime Museum of Tasmania

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TICKETS

Free event

DURATION

Fri March 20 – Sat June 20, daily 9am-5pm

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

FLOOR TALK

Sun 22 March, 2pm

DATES

Hobart

Maritime Museum of Tasmania

Fri 20 Mar 2015, until Sat 20 Jun 2015,

Undercurrents draws on strong European connections, particularly with the Dutch and French, and the shore where all kinds of sea wrack are to be found – skeletons of sea sponges, fragments of figureheads, driftwood, animal bones, rope, fishing nets, bottles, metal objects and other debris.

This collaborative project between Barbie Kjar, Jennifer Marshall and Milan Milojevic, whose medium is primarily printmaking and work on paper, responds to the sea around Tasmania and the island’s rich maritime history. The work specifically references the rich array of artefacts held in the Maritime Museum’s collection.

Curator: Rona Hollingsworth

 

Presented by Maritime Museum of Tasmania

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