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Colonial Afterlives

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Salamanca Arts Centre presents Colonial Aferlives part of the Tasmanian International Arts Festival, bringing contemporary responses to the complex legacies of British occupation from fourteen outstanding artists living in Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, Canada and Britain, including Tasmanian artists Julie Gough, James Newitt, Yvonne Rees-Pagh and Geoff Parr.
This exhibition will consider a range of contemporary responses to British colonisation from indigenous and diasporic artists living in Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, Britain and Canada. It will incorporate a diversity of views ranging from melancholic eulogies to passionate and sometimes scathing commentaries on the complex legacies of British occupation.
Artists:
Ewan Atkinson (Barbados); Daniel Boyd (NSW); Charles Campbell (Jamaica); Maree Clarke (Victoria); Fiona Foley (Queensland); Julie Gough (Tasmania); Hew Locke (UK/Guyana); Kent Monkman (Canada); James Newitt (Tasmania); Geoff Parr (Tasmania); Yvonne Rees-Pagh (Tasmania); Lisa Reihana (New Zealand); Joan Ross (New South Wales); Christian Thompson (SA/Australia/currently UK)
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Colonial Afterlives

Long Gallery
Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place, Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia

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Colonial Afterlives

Salamanca Arts Centre
77 Salamanca Place, Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia

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