Senior Curator Andrew Tetzlaff talks with artist Julie Gough regarding her new work made for the ‘Archives of Feeling’ exhibition at RMIT Gallery. This talk was held at 1pm on Friday 7 October 2022.
Julie Gough is an artist, writer and curator based in Hobart. Her art/research often uncovers and re-presents conflicting and subsumed histories. Her (Briggs-Johnson-Gower) family have lived in the Latrobe region of Lutruwita (Tasmania) since the 1840s, with Tebrikunna their northeast Trawlwoolway Traditional Country. Publications include Tense Past (Tebrikunna Press, 2021), Fugitive History (UWA Press) and Shale (A Published Event), both 2018. Gough’s artworks, held in many national collections. Recent exhibitions include Rīvus, Biennale of Sydney, 2022; Tarnanthi, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2021 and Eucalyptusdom, Powerhouse Museum, 2021.
Exhibition21 Sep – 11 Dec 2022
Archives of Feeling: Trauma, Knowledge, Empathy
The complex repercussions of traumatic experiences, whether collective or individual, are often feelings we navigate alone. Archives of Feeling imagines new ways of sharing the felt dimensions of trauma. In this…
Event7 Oct 2022
Artist Talk with Julie Gough and RMIT Galleries Senior Curator Andrew Tetzlaff
Artist Talk with Julie Gough and RMIT Galleries Senior Curator Andrew Tetzlaff RMIT Gallery 1pm, Friday October 7 Join artist Julie Gough…