Silence comes to life as the Centre for the Arts campus in Hunter Street, Hobart takes part in 2017’s Dark Mofo.
A feature of the award-winning festival, the iconic building in 2017 houses 20 ‘live’ installations across its external-facing windows as part of Panopticon.
The building has been a festival mainstay in recent years, with more than 40,000 people visiting the Centre for the Arts site during 2016’s festival.
For Panopticon, Tasmanian College of the Arts (TCotA) art, music and theatre students are presenting ‘live’ art installations which can be viewed from the street through the building’s ground-floor windows.
“To be exhibiting works within the festival’s main precinct is an unforgettable student experience,” John Vella, TCotA Head of Art, said.
“This is also an invaluable professional learning opportunity for our students.”
Panopticon will be ‘live’ from 5-10pm from June 9-11 2017 and June 15-18 2017.
For more information about Panopticon, including installation details, visit the UTAS website.