Beyond Eco-Anxiety

Our current exhibition ‘Water’ highlights a precious resource that sustains all forms of life on our planet, and sparks conversations about the role we play in the environment and the social challenges we face today. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the existential challenge of climate change, you’re not alone! Watch GOMA Talks Beyond Eco-Anxiety which examines…

The realities of our future: Robotics, biotechnology and Patricia Piccinini

Known for her imaginative, yet strangely familiar, lifelike hybrid creatures, Patricia Piccinini invites us to think about our place in a world where advances in biotechnology and digital technologies are challenging the boundaries of humanity. Piccinini’s fantastic hybrid beings invite us to find beauty in a world not ruled by notions of perfection. The Gallery’s…

Art speaks at GOMA Talks

The QAGOMA and ABC Radio National GOMA Talks collaboration is now in its sixth year and continues to explore important issues, inspired by art. Art speaks to us all in different ways. It perplexes, provokes, alarms and amuses. Fundamentally, though, art ought to spark a conversation. Wander around QAGOMA at any given time and you…

GOMA Talks Queensland | Who are we: defining a state

GOMA Talks returns during ‘GOMA Q: Contemporary Queensland Art‘ for a discussion of Queensland, its past, present and future. As a state, can we be defined by our cultural production and how can art reflect our changing character? Hosted by Sarah Kanowski, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Books and Arts with special guest panelists Lindy Hume, Artistic…

GOMA Talks Harvest: Politics of food

During ‘Harvest: Art, Film and Food’, GOMA Talks explores food, its production, consumption, symbolism, and role in contemporary life and continues its partnership with national broadcaster ABC Radio National (RN). We asked Paul Barclay, host of our last GOMA Talks during ‘Harvest’ about the politics of food before Thursday 31 July Cookbooks, cooking shows and…

GOMA Talks Harvest: Food, Art and Life

Missed our second GOMA Talks food: its production, consumption and symbolism in association with our current exhibition ‘Harvest’? Host Sarah Kanowski, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Weekend Arts & guests: LA-Based artist collective & exhibiting artists Fallen Fruit; Dr Diane Kirkby; Joanna Savill, Good Food Month & Paul West, chef & host of River Cottage Australia examine how food has played…