OPENING: 6pm, Friday 15 March 2019
EXHIBITION: 16 March - 21 April 2019
LOCATION: Contemporary Art Tasmania
A FREE EVENT
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Productivity is authenticity is wellbeing is quantifiable. “
Linda Dement – Shotgun 7 text excerpt
Shotgun is an awarded opportunity that supports the advancement of selected Tasmanian artist/s through a customised and intensive program of high-level
industry access, production assistance and critical engagement. Shotgun 7 artist Grace Herbert will present work developed through the program.
Increase Productivity is the result of Grace’s preoccupation with ideas of control and regime which she explores through body composition
Shotgun: Industry access, critical engagement, new work
The project began in 2010 as the outcome of a public private collaboration between Contemporary Art Tasmania and Detached Cultural organisation and
in 2017 it grew to include the Museum of Old and New Art.
During the Shotgun 7 program Grace worked closely with Sydney based artist Linda Dement. Grace also spent time with visiting industry
professionals: Alexie Glass-Kantor, Helen Hughes, Jane Burchill and Jennifer McCamley, Michelle Newton, Jasmin Stephens and the Shotgun curatorium:
Michael Edwards, Kylie Johnson, Craig Judd and Jarrod Rawlins. Shotgun 7 has been supported by commissioned texts by Linda Dement
and Helen Hughes. Shotgun is a partnership project between Contemporary Art Tasmania, Detached Cultural Organisation and Mona.