The Elphin Sports Centre has been transformed this week, with basketballers and badminton players replaced by weightlifters and ice-skaters.
Tasmanian based curators Emma Pike and Pippa Mott have filled the sprawling Launceston sporting complex with a collection of nine video artworks under the collective title of The Centre.
Utilising change rooms, offices and the large stadium spaces, viewers are invited to take a different look at various elements of the sporting world.
Originally the curators were looking to show one work before realising the potential to show multiple pieces of art at the sports centre.
Co-curator Pippa Mott said they hope it's an exhibition people will take the time to explore.
"It's a bit of a labyrinth so you have to come prepared to poke through doors and look in every corner," Mott said.
The Centre is open 4-8pm Thursday and 11am-8pm Friday to Sunday as part of Mona Foma. Entry is free.