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Border Crossings' Origins Festival presents

Lost World - Julie Gough

From Saturday 17 June to Sunday 18 June
Venue 2
free

In a nutshell

Video installation by Tasmanian artist Julie Gough exploring the absence of objects from their original people and place.

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This solo exhibition by Julie Gough features her 2013 installation ‘The Lost World’, a film showing the artist crossing Tasmania. This project explores the absence of objects from their original people and place, highlighting the colonial misnomers that articulate the continued dispossession of Aboriginal people from their lands. 

What to Expect

Video installation 

Who's Involved

Julie Gough is an artist, independent curator and writer who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. Her research and art practice often involves uncovering and re-presenting often conflicting and subsumed histories, many referring to her family’s experiences as Tasmanian Aboriginal people. Current work in installation, sound and video provides the means to explore ephemerality, absence and recurrence.

What people are saying

'Julie makes her work with such conviction and that is what makes her and her art so compelling. Her works have integrity and they are sublimely beautiful.' Australian curator Hetti Perkins

Why does Rich Mix matter?

'Rich Mix provides the perfect setting to welcome this world-class artist into the heart of London’s cultural life.'

Find out more

originsfestival.com / juliegough.net

@BorderCrossings / /border.crossings 

Things you should know

Suitable for all ages

This event is wheelchair accessible.

Event times

Sat 17 June

11:00am

Sun 18 June

11:00am