These Stories Will be Different, Tour, 2022/2023

These Stories Will be Different National Tour

If you think history is on your side, let me tell you women did not write these books. If they did, the stories would be different— Christine de Pizan

These Stories Will Be Different is a national tour curated by Jose da Silva and Museum and Galleries NSW that brings together three of Zanny Begg’s most significant video installations, including The City of Ladies (with Elise McLeod) 2017, The Beehive 2018, and Stories of Kannagi 2019. Between them, these works reimagine a medieval feminist utopia, probe the unsolved murder of a high-profile anti-gentrification campaigner and explore the connections between love, loss, and language in diasporic communities. The videos tell stories, but they also challenge the politics of storytelling itself. Drawing on ancient literary traditions, non-linear timeframes, and computer-generated randomisation, Zanny Begg invites you to see the world differently.

The works will tour to:

Redland Art Gallery, QLD
30 January – 13 March 2022

Shoalhaven Regional Gallery, NSW
2 April – 28 May 2022

Devonport Regional Gallery, TAS
4 June – 9 July 2022

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, NSW
23 July – 18 September 2022

Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, TAS
10 December 2022 – 29 January 2023

Tamworth Regional Gallery, NSW
11 February – 2 April 2023

Swan Hill Regional Gallery, VIC
15 April – 11 June 2023

Artspace Mackay, QLD
19 August –  12 November 2023

Goldfields Art Centre, WA
24 November 2023 – 2 February 2024

For more information click here.

Published by zannybegg

Zanny Begg lives in Bulli, on Dharawal land, and is an artist and film maker who is interested in hidden and contested history/ies. She works with film, drawing and installation to explore ways in which we can live and be in the world differently: this has included working with macro-political themes, such as alte-globalization protests, and in micro-political worlds, such as with kids in a maximum security prison.

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