Friday, July 27 to Saturday, September 1, 2018
Re-Mapped by Gisborne-based artist Joanne Mott is a visually-alluring exhibition which shines a spotlight on the significant social and environmental impacts of globalisation. Traditionally used to record territories and borders, coloured map pins are used to reconstruct and distort world globe compositions, to sculpturally separate and isolate countries from continents and neighbours, and to draw a site-specific wall diagram linking every country in the world in one continuous chain.
By playfully reconstructing territories and borders through the physical act of pinning, Mott raises questions about ownership, consumption, intention and authority.
Opening: Saturday, July 28, 2pm
Schools workshop: Wednesday, August 22
Spot the Path Mapping Project This workshop will engage participants with their locality through art-based explorations of their region using mapping as a visual device to articulate their personal relationship to space and place.
$8 per child (school groups)
Bookings/enquiries: (02) 6022 9600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Interactive table: Children are invited to draw their own map of Wodonga and identify their key places of significance.