Land of Milk and Honey
‘What the map cuts up, the story cuts across’ , De Certeau, 1984.
Our notion of land is constructed.
Imagined territories have been changed into solid boundaries.
Land of Milk and Honey is an immersive exhibition examining contemporary attitudes and perspectives of land.
The show assembles the work of Alasdair Doyle, Liam James and Grace Herbert in a collaborative project occupying local historic sites. Sculptural, photographic and video works respond to the significance of the sites as well as the broader theme of land.
Land of Milk and Honey was developed with the support of the Hobart City Council Community and Cultural Program.