Friday, September 18, 6-8 pm + Saturday, September 19, 6-8 pm | Arthurs Circus, Battery PointCircus
Theia Connell, spit ‘n polish, 2015, Image credit: Lucy Parakhina.
‘Circus’ was the first project in Constance’s new model as a travelling show. The exhibition featured site-responsive works from three emerging Tasmanian artists, which took place at Battery Point’s Arthur’s Circus.
The event ran for two evenings where art-based activation was stitched into the residential fabric of Battery Point’s Arthurs Circus. Viewers could take a ride inside Anita Bacic’s Travelling Obscura, Peep through selected windows, to view Theia Connell’s spit ‘n polish and listen to Julia Drouhin’s Ultra Sounds.
This project was supported by Creative Hobart – an initiative of the Hobart City Council
Constance would like to thank the residents of Arthurs Circus for their generosity and enthusiasm for the arts.