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Wayfinding: Derwent River

Citation

Hogan, J, Wayfinding: Derwent River, Caloundra Regional Gallery, Sunshine Coast, QLD, Caloundra, Queensland, pp. 1 (2019) [Minor Creative Work]

Official URL: https://www.printcouncil.org.au/kyoto-hanga-intern...

Abstract

Wayfinding: Derwent River engages with the research field of place-based imaging and imagination. My work researches a visual language to engage with lutruwita Tasmania and in particular the site of the Derwent River as a settler Australian artist. The work tests Deleuze’s theory that a rhizomatic map is detachable, connectable, reversible, and modifiable. The rhizomatic theory is used as an alternative to the western gridding mapping system that colonized the land. The work tests the rhizome theory through the process of printmaking which has a long association with the colonizing practices of mapping.

Item Details

Item Type:Minor Creative Work
Keywords:printmaking, place, Japanese woodblock, Tasmania, Deleuze
Research Division:Creative Arts and Writing
Research Group:Visual arts
Research Field:Fine arts
Objective Division:Culture and Society
Objective Group:Arts
Objective Field:The creative arts
UTAS Author:Hogan, J (Dr Jan Hogan)
ID Code:145351
Year Published:2019
Deposited By:Art
Deposited On:2021-07-16
Last Modified:2021-07-22
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