Upon first glance, Anastasia Booth’s copper sculpture Teresa appears to be a wingspan or a bird about to take flight: an ethereal vision that is part of this world but destined for elsewhere. Yet, these carefully polished copper rays are highly tangible; when illuminated, they exude warmth, while the shadows they cast vary and extend …
Ecstasy: Baroque and Beyond curator Dr Andrea Bubenik introduces Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Ecstasy of Saint Teresa (1647–52)
What happens when a couple of animated characters meet and take a walk through an art exhibition for the very first time? The result is ‘Hangs’, UQ Art Museum’s new podcast series that gives listeners a fresh take on our exhibitions. While ‘Hangs’ isn’t an audio-guide, it does aim to provide review-style commentary, personal insights …
Immerse yourself in Angelica Mesiti’s mesmerising three-channel video work featured in The Dust Never Settles during July and read more about the fascinating whistling languages the work addresses.
Wondering who’s vying for The University of Queensland’s ‘National Self-Portrait Prize’ in 2017? The artists, curators and judge have been announced!
Artist Eugenia Raskopoulos recently dropped by UQ Art Museum and shared the very personal inspiration behind her two-channel video work re-ma(r)king 2010, which is currently featured in The Dust Never Settles.
What is life and how do we define its boundaries? UQ’s Dr Karin Sellberg is pondering these big questions as she prepares to open New Alchemists on 16 June at UQ Art Museum. Find out why she thinks this provocative exhibition, touring from Salamanca Arts Centre, is a must see.