Dark Mofo back at Rosny Barn

DARK Mofo once again returned to the Eastern Shore thanks to a partnership with Clarence City Council.

As part of the scintillating annual festival, more than 2,500 people visited Rosny Barn last month to experience the exhibition, ‘Only the Penitent Shall Pass.’

The exhibition, by Melbourne-based artist Andrew Hustwaite, turned Rosny Barn into an interactive playground of geometric sculptures.

“Clarence City Council was delighted to partner with Dark Mofo again in 2019, and welcome back one of Australia’s premier art festivals to Clarence,” Clarence Mayor Doug Chipman said.

“Dark Mofo is a festival that has brought so many benefits to Tasmania, and the events they support are always popular, challenging, and exciting to explore.”

Caption: More than 2,500 people flocked to Rosny Barn for the ‘Only the Penitent Shall Pass’ exhibition, held as part of Dark Mofo.

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