As part of the 2019 Sydney Festival, Mosman Art Gallery presents four new site-specific artworks by renowned Sydney-based sound artists Chris Caines and Gail Priest, and experimental, multi-disciplinary artists David Haines and Joyce Hinterding, premiering at a secret Sydney WWII site. Using cutting edge audio technology, the artists created surround soundscapes for a massive decommissioned military fuel tank hidden in Mosman: a unique space with extraordinary acoustics.

Now restored, the T5 Tank provides artists with a unique canvas and extraordinary acoustic possibilities for a site-specific sound and performance project that immerses the listener in a moving, sometimes overwhelming, sonic response to this extraordinary site, its dark history and its myriad possibilities.

T5 Camouflage Fuel Tank 
Headland Park, Dominion Crescent (off Suakin Drive) 
Georges Heights, Mosman 

This project is supported by the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust, National Parks and Wildlife Services, the Australia Council for the Arts, University of Sydney, University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the Centre for Media Arts Innovation.

Sunday 20 January 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

$26 plus booking fee