Be part of the art! Calling all past Super Critical Mass workshop attendees and new participants, who are interested in being part of the massed Super Critical Mass performance on the closing weekend of APT8 this Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 April 2016.
In this final creative workshop and rehearsal, you will use the Federation Handbells to explore the unique acoustics of the Gallery and then take part in the Super Critical Mass performance Open Plans: Coordinating Space 2015-16, so join APT8 artists Julian Day and Luke Jaaniste as they activate the Gallery in this final massed performance.
Register your interest
11.00am | Workshop
12.30pm | Break
1.00pm | Rehearsal
1.30pm | Performance – Super Critical Mass Open Plans: Coordinating Space 2015-16
2.30pm | Conclusion
APT8 Live continues to animate QAG and GOMA for the duration of the exhibition, and visitors are invited to engage with the program through our monthly events exploring performance and the body in APT8. These incorporate artist performances, drop-in workshops, curators’ tours and a discussion forum in which performance art specialists, academics and artists consider the breadth of contemporary performance art from the Asia Pacific, and how it contends with the regions wide-ranging issues and contexts.
Closing Weekend: Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 April 2016
The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT)
is the Gallery’s flagship exhibition focused on the work of Asia, the Pacific and Australia.
21 November 2015 – 10 April 2016
Exhibition Founding Sponsor: Queensland Government
Exhibition Principal Sponsor: Audi Australia
APT8 Live: Supported by the Commonwealth through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade