APT8 breaks 600 000 attendance

‘The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ (APT8) came to a close on Sunday, with more than 600 000 people experiencing the critically-acclaimed exhibition since it opened in November 2015. Attendance continued to build after the record opening weekend that attracted more than 30 000 visitors and this Triennial had been the most highly…

APT8 Live: Final Super Critical Mass Public Workshop and Rehearsal

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…

APT8 Live: In Conversation with Lawrence English

Join Lawrence English at GOMA from 3pm Saturday 9 April as he discusses his work Audition. Lawrence English is an artist and composer who uses his creative practice to engender greater spatial awareness. English makes field recordings to capture local environmental sounds that are normally beyond unassisted hearing or exist on the periphery of attention.…

Join our Super Critical Mass Public Workshop during APT8 Live

Take part in a free sound-based creative workshop from 11am Sunday 20 March with APT8 artists Super Critical Mass, whose practice merges sound, space and social relations. You will use the Federation Handbells to explore the unique acoustics of the Gallery and contribute toward the creative development of a final massed performance on the closing weekend…

APT8 Live: Into the Night

Anida Yoeu Ali is one of three leading Cambodian artists to be featured in APT8. Join us Sunday 21 February from 2.30pm for APT8 Live as we discuss the breadth of contemporary performance art in the Asia Pacific region, and the wide ranging issues and contexts it contends with. The Buddhist Bug is Anida Yoeu Ali’s…