Email ABC Arts By arts editor Dee Jefferson Updated June 26, 2019 23:07:47 Photo: Audiences queued down the street to see Slaughterhouse-15 by Japanese ‘latex artist’ Saeborg. (Supplied: Dark Mofo/Jesse Hunniford) Related Story: ‘I’m not sure we can get much bigger’: Dark Mofo wraps up with record-breaking crowds Related Story: MONA’s latest attraction uses a giant board game to teach visitors about data mining Related Story: Dark Mofo using art to lure tourists and help with bushfire recovery Map: TAS More than 180 Tasmanian children have been killed or gone missing within a period of roughly 50 years — and nobody knows exactly how each of their stories unfolded.We know that many of these children were abducted; some were shot, some drowned, and some were thrown into fires to burn alive; we know that some were dismembered and their body parts “pickled” and traded to scientists and collectors.These are extraordinary, shocking statements of fact — perhaps more so in a country where missing children have such a powerful resonance (in real life and literature). They are unthinkable in an age where just one missing child makes headlines across decades.But the Tasmanian children in question lived (and in many cases died)… Read full this story
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