Mike Parr, Underneath the Bitumen the Artist, Hobart, 14-17 June

June 2, 2018

During Dark Mofo festival Mike Parr will be interred in a steel container and buried beneath Macquarie Street in Hobart. The public will be able to witness the artist’s ‘disappearance’ under the road at 9 pm on 14 of June, but following the entombment, the road will be returned to normal use for the following 72 hours.


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