Words and pictures interfered with by a "real" job
First in a series of cultural events in Southbank
The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art describes the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) Live Sundays as, "An ongoing program of artist performances and projects that expand on the exhibition's emergent themes of performance and the body".
The first of the APT8 live Sundays events is on this Sunday, 31st of January with the first event at 11:00am.
Join Julian Day and Luke Jaaniste from Super Critical Mass in the first of the series of workshops using sound, space and social relations to explore the acoustics of the Gallery and contribute to the creative development of a final massed performance on the closing weekend of APT8 in April. No prior musical training is needed and you don't have to book.
At 12:30 join Ellie Buttrose, The Associate Curator of International Contemporary Art, for insights into the work from West Asia.
At 1:00pm Gabriella Mangano and Silvana Mangano present There is no There. News event from 2015 portrayed through choreographed movements, gestures and sound, performed by dance students from the QUT Creative Industries.
At 2:30 a discussion forum will consider how contemporary art operates in the context of an art museum.
The Gallery of Modern Art Bistro will serve a special menu from 2:30-5:00pm with music from Motifs (Dub Temple Records).
APT8 Live Sundays will continue during the year with events on 21st February, 20th March and 10th of April. The events are free.