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	Image: Julie Gough We Ran/I Am… 2007 (detail), courtesy of Devonport Regional Gallery

Artist talk: Julie Gough

Hear the artist discuss her work

Julie Gough’s research and art practice involves uncovering and re-presenting subsumed and sometimes conflicting histories, often referring to her own and her family’s experiences as Tasmanian Aboriginal people.

An acclaimed artist, writer and curator, Gough holds a PhD from the University of Tasmania; a masters in visual arts from the Goldsmiths College, University of London; a BA (visual arts) from Curtin University; a BA Honours First Class (visual arts) from the University of Tasmania; and a BA (prehistory/ English literature) from the University of Western Australia.

In this talk, she’ll discuss her art practice and her work in the Embodiment exhibition.

This event is part of The Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum Now presented by ANZ.

Image: Julie Gough We Ran/I Am… 2007 (detail), courtesy of Devonport Regional Gallery

Wednesday 11 March 2015, 6pm

Free

Duration 30 minutes
Location: Yiribana Gallery

Related exhibition: Embodiment

Related program: Spectrum Now at the Gallery 2015

Related gallery: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander gallery