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.


Image: Jan Hogan, To Shadow, 2011, Japanese woodblock prints with Sumi Ink & builders pigment on Kozo
light with plywood woodblocks on floor
. Photo: Supplied by artist
Cover Image: Jan Hogan, Becoming, 2009, Woodblock matrix on floor, Japanese woodblock with Sumi ink & builders pigment on Kozo, Canberra School of Art Gallery. Photo: Supplied by artist