QUT alumni triennial exhibition @ QUT Art Museum explores environmental and social issues.
Transboundaries: art + connection presents a collection of powerful work by seven artists and alumni of QUT in a triennial exhibition exploring environmental and social issues. Showing that boundaries are never simple, the exhibition plays with the implications of our actions on others, what it means to work together, who we are and our relationship to what is outside us.
Transboundaries crosses both disciplinary boundaries – merging dance with film media, installation with political documentation – and the boundaries of time, reaching into possible future worlds.
ARTISTS Keith ARMSTRONG, Kim DEMUTH, Lu FORSBERG, Alice MCDOWELL, Grant STEVENS, Mariana VERDAASDONK, Liesel ZINK.
Dance performances choreographed by Liesel Zink
6 & 13 April at 6.30pm | 7, 8, 14 & 15 April at 2pm
Curatorial floor talks with Kevin Wilson
8 & 12 April at 12.30pm
Up Late, 13 April
Coinciding with the Botanica Up Late program in the City Botanic Gardens.
Meditation in the museum
11, 18, 24 April at 12.30pm