Rhizoming: Language of print and place | Jan Hogan

16 May – 6 July 2019

Rhizoming: Language of Print and Place aims to explore the entanglement of nature, place and culture through a woodcut installation and accompanying offshoots based on artists books and objects. 

The works respond to the patterns and rhythms of a suburban beach on the Derwent River in Hobart. The exhibition aims to creatively explore, through printmaking and multiples, Deleuze’s theory that rhizomes pertain to a map that is always detachable, connectable, reversible, modifiable and has multiple entryways and exits with its own lines of flight.

View the online exhibition catalogue

This project was assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts and by the University of Tasmania.

Image: Jan Hogan, Rocks caress, 2019. Woodcut on Kozo, sewn together. Photo: Supplied by artist
Cover Image: Jan Hogan, Rocks caress (detail., 2019. Woodcut on Kozo, sewn together. Photo: Supplied by artist