BLISS ME



Arising from the success story of Tasmania as a premium art tourism destination, Bliss Me is an immersive audiovisual space. The work collects diverse perspectives and stories from tourists, as well as the artists and arts workers who feature in their travel experiences, to explore how luxury, art and tourism intertwine in the Hobart landscape.

Commissioned by Constance ARI, Bliss Me premiered at Hobart waterfront in October 2018.

Artwork details:
digital video, furnishings, scent, postcards


Bliss Me, 2018, still from video

Bliss Me, 2018, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot

Bliss Me, 2018, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot

Bliss Me, 2018, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot


Bliss Me, 2018, installation view, photography: Julian Frichot






I live and work on the lands of the Gadigal and Wangal people of the Eora nation.
This sovereign land was never ceded.
The land I live on always was and always will be Aboriginal land.