Vanishing Point Unseen is the result of a collaboration between scientists and artists and features works in a range of media, including painting, photography, jewellery, woodwork, printmaking and sculpture.
Following a successful first exhibition in 2015, the new Vanishing Point project focuses on the serious global environmental threat posed by microplastics.
The exhibition also includes a series of free public talks each Saturday, starting 7 October.
The Vanishing Point team includes scientists Dr Heidi Auman, Dr Frederique Olivier and Associate Professor Patti Virtue, and artists Sophie Carnell, Di Masters, Toby Muir Wilson, Peter Walsh, Gerhard Mausz and Katherine Cooper.
Vanishing Point Unseen opens on Friday 6 October and runs until 25 November, and can be viewed 9am-5pm Monday to Friday in the IMAS Exhibition Space, 20 Castray Esplanade, Hobart
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