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Leigh Hobba: the space of presence

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Malpas, J and Holmes, JH 2007 , Leigh Hobba: the space of presence , Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart.

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Abstract

Leigh Hobba- The Space of Presence is the first major survey exhibition of one of Australia's most highly
regarded video and performance, installation and sound artists. Employing the rich thematic arc of Tasmanian landscapes in video and sound, the works ... reveal many of Hobba's themes and practices- a wry humour; politics; collaboration; and the potential of video from its archaeology into the future, and as a medium for the exploration of sound in nature . From his earliest works, Hobba has made art about and from the earth. Where does sound come from? And how does sound become music? ...Music as an inspiration, and its indinite sequences and structures are other vital elements of this exhibition.

Item Type: Book
Authors/Creators:Malpas, J and Holmes, JH
Publisher: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Additional Information:

Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 15th March - 29th April, 2007. Includes exhibition list and bibliography. Curator Craig Judd. © 2007 The authors and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

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