Project Description

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NINGINA TUNAPRI

Thylacine’s role

  • interpretive design
  • graphic design
  • object mount design
  • select fabrication
  • installation

Award

Tasmanian Tourism Award for Indigenous Tourism 2008

A permanent exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart

The exhibition celebrates the rich and unique culture of the Tasmanian Aboriginal community, through historic and contemporary cultural practice, and focuses on the unique relationship the Tasmanian Indigenous community has with water.

The design forms a sculptural narrative within the gallery. Stories are explored through a range of senses that interplay with the built fabric, creating a multi-dimensional and “living” experience. A series of display “islands” use lighting and sculptural forms to create the sense of walking through water, and combined with visual projections, audio sound-scapes and interactive media and graphics, creates a contemporary, integrated & immersive experience.

Opened December 2007, Redevelopment opened March 2013