Tasmanian Contemporary: TMAG, QVMAG and CAST Pilot

All items in Tasmanian Contemporary: TMAG, QVMAG and CAST Pilot (45)

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, WA

The Art Gallery of Western Australia was founded in 1895. It is located in the Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, with the Western Australian Museum and ...

Updated March 1, 2023
Mauro-Flude, Nancy, b. 1975
Nancy Mauro-Flude is a performance artist. Her artistic work is heavily influenced by arcane practices, theatre and computer culture.
Updated Aug. 21, 2019

by Cuthbert, Adam, Edwards, Michael, Gough, Julie, Harper, Andrew, Keeling, David, Mauro-Flude, Nancy, Robins, Jack, Scott, Mary, Singe, Michael, Stevens, Bec, Stewart, Jane.

Lookout is the sixth project in a series partnered by CAST and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery which aims to promote contemporary Tasmanian artists. ...

Updated June 18, 2015
baglady 2_0

by Mauro-Flude, Nancy.

A performance with a customized electronic performance tool, a bag that is embedded with a computer platform for broadcasting sound, digital images [video] and text. ...

media design

Updated June 18, 2015

by Baumgartner, Damien.

31 x 25.5cm

oil on canvas

Updated June 18, 2015


In Soliloquy, 2011, a large-scale projection, the act of speech is reconfigured into a self-enclosed loop of abstracted, rhythmic motion that becomes a dominant, arresting ...

multichannel video installation

Updated June 18, 2015
Updated June 18, 2015
Of Others

by Newitt, James.

Single channel version of four-channel HD video, stereo sound.


Updated June 18, 2015

by Stevens, Bec.

Three reproductions of idyllic scenes from the tip shop are rescued and re-presented as living objects sustained by individually tailored environments. The low-brow images were ...

Sculpture, Installation

Updated June 18, 2015
Keeping up appearances

by Robson, Nicole.

illuminated colour transparency and display box, 120 x 180 x 15 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Bett Gallery, Hobart and Edmund Pearce Gallery, Melbourne.


Updated June 18, 2015
Updated June 18, 2015
From inside the cabinet: futuristic wonders

by Rowe, Amelia.

cabinet of curiosity for the 21st century

Sculpture, Installation

Updated June 18, 2015
Bunker Down

by Robins, Jack.

Installation that forces visitors to make a decision about how they will enter the gallery.


Updated June 18, 2015
A Composition of Ideas: Reflective Space for the Player Piano

by Robinson, Cath.

pianola, pianola rolls, boxes, labels and shelf

Sculpture, Installation

Updated June 18, 2015
Rowe, Amelia, b. 1966
Amelia Rowe, mixed media artist, is based in Lauceston, Tasmania, and uses sculpture and installation to respond to those living within the West Tamar Valley.
Updated Dec. 6, 2014
Scott, Mary, b. 1957
Mary Scott, Tasmanian-based artist specializing in painting and drawing, is the Senior Lecturer and Head of Drawing at the Tasmanian School of Art.
Updated Oct. 8, 2014
Jones, Sarah
Sarah Jones, artist, curator, and writer, was awarded the Italian Arts Residency award to travel to Italy in 2012 to undertake an internship at the ...
Updated July 7, 2013
Harper, Lee, b. 1964
Lee Harper is an emerging contemporary arts practitioner based in Tasmania.
Updated Feb. 15, 2013
Robson, Nicole, b.
Nicole Robson, Hobart-based photographer, works primarily in the medium of photography and has participated in a number of travelling exhibitions and collaborative projects.
Updated Jan. 31, 2013
Updated Jan. 30, 2013
O’Hern, Tom, b. 1985
Tom O’Hern, a Hobart-based artist specialising in drawing and painting, has participated in a number of group exhibitions, including '...come to life…’, an exhibition showcasing ...
Updated Jan. 30, 2013
Newitt, James, b. 1981
James Newitt, Hobart-based installation and mixed media artist, focuses on projection, sound and text installation as well as public projects.
Updated Jan. 29, 2013
O’Connor, Rob, b. 1984
Rob O’Connor, painter, received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours from the University of Tasmania, School of Art, Hobart, in 2007. In 2011 O’Connor ...
Updated Jan. 29, 2013
Krouzecky, Claire, b. 1986
Claire Krouzecky, painter, is a Perth-born artist who moved to Tasmania to study in 2010. She is a member of Inter Collective, a collaborative arts ...
Updated Jan. 29, 2013