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Neighbourhood Neighbourhood

Emerging artist Tobias Grice explores the narrative potential embedded in our understanding of animals in an urban context


What narrative potential is embedded in our understanding of animals in an urban context?

Ambling through this question Neighbourhood Neighbourhood, emerging artist Tobias Grice presents works that turns out the language of a community. Materialising a dialogue between individuals through the display of a selection of archived lost animal posters.

Grice calls on the self-reliance of one’s neighbourhood through a pair of participatory works, engaging in the ‘free to a good home’ mentality and animal-minding. Further more, investigating the roles attributed to animals in an urban context Grice questions the effects of humankind on animal behaviour through a video based performance that drawing directly from folk tale to illustrate this complex issue.

Salamanca Arts Centre
Level 2 / 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart

Friday 8 – Sunday 31 January 2016
9:00am – 5:00pm weekdays /
Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 January 2016 – TIMES TBC

Friday 15 January 2016 @ 7:00pm

Friday 29 January 2016 @ 7:00pm

Image Credits:
Tobias Grice, Neighbourhood Neighbourhood (2015). Digital image.
Tobias Grice, Seed Line, Bird Line (2014). Screenshot from digital video.

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Neighbourhood Neighbourhood

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

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