Arts Tasmania Multi-Year Funding for Organisations - Artistic Support Material


Hayden Fowler - The Long Forgetting (Image: Remi Chauvin)

Red Slyme Incubator (Image: Remi Chauvin)

Documentation of works from ¢ompo$t, an exhibition exploring break- down and transformation in the subterreanean spaces of the Old Hobart Blood Bank for Dark Mofo 2019. This exhibition was curated by Lucy Bleach and Nadege Philippe-Janon with work by Hayden Fowler, Georgia Lucy, Red Slyme Incubator (Hannah Hallam-Eames and Samuel Jackson), Loren Kronemyer and Caitlin Franzmann . The exhibition also included a free public program, ¢ompo$t Aeration, a series of lecture Performances by Lucas Ihlein(Baking Earth: Soil and the Carbon Economy), Grace Gammage (On Forgetting Her Ambient Body Temperature) and Georgia Lucy (Georgia Beach – A Story Pulled from the Bin).

constellations underground

Georgie Vozar performing during constellations underground (Image: Remi Chauvin)

Janice Ross performing and delivering a Welcome to Country for constellations underground (Image: Remi Chauvin)

Documentation of works and performances for constellations underground (Video: Rebecca Thomson)

Accross the Coals

Video documentation of performances and actions for Across the Coals, held at Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park. The exhibition was curated by Priscilla Beck and Liam James, with work by Adam James, Leen Reith, Theia Connell, Julie Gough and Richie Cuskelly. (Video: Julian Frichot)

Open_Space: Bliss Me

Documentation of Bliss Me, CONSTANCE’s commission for Open_space in 2018. This project commissioned new work by Tiyan Baker. Through voice and video recordings of Tasmania creative industry workers and leaders, the work explores the positives, negatives and complexity of our state brand of world class arts experiences, premium food and drink products, luxury accommodation and pristine nature, against a backdrop of declining political and fiscal support for the arts in Australia. (Image: Julian Frichot)

The Pink Palace

Documentation of Tess Campbell’s work for The Pink Palace, an exhibition presented in partnership with Risdon Prison for Dark Mofo 2019. Curated by Grace Herbert and Lucy Parakhina, The Pink Palace was developed over a 6 month period, pairing four Tasmanian video artists (Tess Campbell, Samuel Mountford, Dexter Rosengrave and Maria Blackwell) with four Risdon Prison inmates. The collaborative pairs developed new video works for the exhibition whicn considered conceptsof time passing in incarceration as well as other social and political issues related to incarceration. (Image: Remi Chauvin)

Welcome to the Anthropocene

Documentation of ‘Welcome to the Anthropocene’, curated by Kira Askaroff with work by: Pony Express collaborating with Professor Beth Fulton, Ken + Julia Yonetani collaborating with Assoc. Professor Julia Blanchard and Selena de Carvalho with Dr. Alistair Hobday. (Video: Ninna Billycan)


Video documentation and interviews of the 2017 HOBIENNALE for Realtime TV. The inaugural HOBIENNALE was curated by Liam James and Grace Herbert and included the work of 130 early-career artists and musicians, accross 18 exhibitions in 12 venues. (Video: Lucy Parakhina and Llewellyn Millhouse)

CONSTANCE is an off-site, project based A.R.I based in nipaluna / Hobart. CONSTANCE is focused on creating critical dialogues and engagement within, and  beyond, the local Tasmanian arts community through supporting experimental and critical praxis.

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CONSTANCE acknowledges and respects the palawa people as the traditional and ongoing owners and custodians of lutruwita. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future, and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

Constance ARI 2018 program is assisted
through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts..