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Image: Milan Milojevic, Flora 2/ 3 30cm x 44cm, Archival inkjet with etching overlay, 2020
Explore wondrous landscapes and imaginary beasts on a quest for cultural identity.
Memory, myth, fact, and fiction converge in Terra Incognita: A duck-billed what?
This remarkable exhibition of prints and three-dimensional objects will entice you into a colourful world of imagined flora and fauna. Through his hybrid approach to printmaking and digital media, first-generation Australian artist Milan Milojevic finds a magical space between his heritage and home, crafting his own universe with beasts and plants that have never been seen in nature. Collecting a lifetime of stories from his German/Serbian parents, Milojevic’s visual palette of engravings, woodcuts and centuries-old art helps portray the memories of a homeland he never witnessed. Make-believe creatures and wondrous landscapes will leave you enraptured on an otherworldly quest for culture and identity in the Devonport Regional Gallery.
Dates & Times
5 February – 19 March
Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
Sat 9am – 2pm