Opening Sunday 29 September From 5.30pm at the Waterside Pavillion, Argyle Street Performance lecture begins at 6 pm

Between artifice and a non movement, there floats a faith | Grace Gamage 




Between artifice and a non movement, there floats a faith by Grace Gamage follows a series of relayed impressions and observations diffused across the periphery of a proposed illegal action: The Spiking of the Hobart City Water Supply.

For Between artifice and a non movement, there floats a faith, Gamagepresents a performance lecture and publication that follows her attempt to spike the Hobart City water supply with an active agent. Between January and July 2019 this action was proposed, reviewed by an appropriate government entity, passed on and reviewed again by a separate government entity before being authorised briefly and later vetoed. In Hobart the buildings are porous and absorbent like gauze, soaking walls weep with all others. There's water gathering and pressure rising. Regardless of the veto Hobart, please know the water is changed.

This project was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts.

Image: Photo by Ken Bruland, sourced from https://www.adn.com/science/article/mythbusting-place-where-two-oceans-meet-gulf-alaska/2013/02/05/#_



Sunday 29 September
From 5.30pm at the Waterside Pavillion, Argyle Street
Performance lecture begins at 6pm







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 2019 program is assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts..

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