Go behind-the-scenes with our time-lapse videos

Have you ever been to an exhibition at QAGOMA and walked away wanting to know more — for example — how did Qiu Zhijie create his enormous five-storey wall painting Map of Technological Ethics for ‘APT9’; alternatively, what did Ben Quilty use to create a series of site-specific, hand-drawn portraits of Margaret Olley — (teapots,…

APT8: Haegue Yang transforms our Watermall with 1012 Venetian blinds

Watch our installation time lapse. Haegue Yang has created Sol LeWitt Upside Down — Open Modular Cubes (Small), Expanded 958 Times, a site-specific work hanging in the Queensland Art Gallery Watermall commissioned for APT8. Referring to modernist art history, literature, and social and political events, Haegue Yang transforms spaces through light, colour, objects and movement to…

Students experience world cultures and histories through APT8

The development of educational resources at QAGOMA is a collaborative endeavour – and a very enjoyable one. Learning staff work closely with curators, as well as film editors, and design and multimedia teams to create relevant and fun resources for schools. The process is authentic in its relevance to the classroom, as evident in questions…

APT Watermall projects

We’re currently installing Haegue Yang’s Sol LeWitt Upside Down — Open Modular Cubes (Small), expanded 958 times which uses over 1000 Venetian blinds to create a formal, immersive structure, so we thought it was time to look back at all our ‘Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ Watermall projects since 1993. The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art…