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A boy moves in front of a large-scale screen in the digital art installation Lacunae.
Large-scale screens showing images from digital art installation Lacunae.
To encounter Lacunae is to have a visual connection with a community of people that occupy the same space, both close and far away. Lacunae is an interactive exploration of technology and human communication, created by Launceston collective Soma Lumia: James Riggall, Troy Merritt and Darryl Rogers. Conceived as a response to COVID-19 and the disconnection of human communication, Lacunae will build a community feedback loop from visitors to QVMAG through the summer and autumn. Lacunae is an interactive installation at both the Museum and the Art Gallery, connecting the movement of visitors. LACUNAE Museum at Inveresk | Art Gallery at Royal Park 15 December 2023 – 28 April 2024 EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND
Event Details
  • Tuesday 27 February 2024 - Sunday 28 April 2024

  • 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

  • 2 Wellington Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250


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