You are warmly invited to the exhibition and book launch of Do Brumbies Dream in Red?
Presented as an immersive experience, this collaborative project utilises large-scale projection and soundscape to place the audience within the Snowy Mountains and Victorian Alpine regions during the period of 2019 - 2020 referred to as the Black Summer.
This project challenges the human perception of this catastrophic event, revealing the bushfires and resulting damage through the eyes of another human-assisted ecological disaster, one of an invasive species; the Snowy Mountain brumby.
The exhibition and publication are the outcomes of Tom Goldner's Master of Arts Photography program. The 120 page photobook will be available for viewing and purchase at the exhibition.
Opening night - 6pm - 9pm, 5 February, 2021
Exhibition dates - 5 - 14 February, 2021
Opening hours - 11am - 5pm, Monday - Sunday
Artist talks - 2pm, 14 February 2021
Photography & Curation - Tom Goldner
Moving Image - Angus Scott
Sound - Sean Kenihan
Poetry - Dr Judith Crispin (publication)
Colourist - CJ Dobson (moving image)
Audio Visual - Toto Creative
Cover Art - Katherina Rodrigues (publication)
Please note this event is run in accordance with local government advice and is subject to change. In order to practice safe distancing, the event requires registration. Limit spaces available. See event listing for time slots. Registration is free.