17—23 November 2019

Brighid Fitzgerald
Grace Gamage
Spencer Lai
Nik Lee
Aodhan Madden
Amy Jane Parker
Chi Tran
Jessica Quinnell
We would like to acknowledge and pay our respects to the palawa people as the traditional and ongoing custodians of lutruwita, and to the Boon wurrung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation where much of this work was developed.
We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.

Sovereignty has never been ceded.

Whorles from in tree trunks, on fingertips and as marked by the dome’s ceiling beams, a shadow over this indoor terrain.

Spiralling out from a centre and into the centre.

In ‘the dome’, a former forestry tasmania building, temperature and moisture were regulated by a cultivated indoor rainforest.

Since being de-forested, the windowed atrium absorbs and magnifies the sun.

Whorled, a group exhibition curated by Brighid Fitzgerald and Amy Jane Parker ran from the 17—23 November as part of the Hobiennale in nipaluna / so-called Hobart, Tasmania.

Exhibition documentation by Nik Lee
All images copyright and courtesy of the artists

Contact whorled.world(at)gmail.com