Every three years, QUT Art Museum dedicates one of its regular exhibitions to the the university's alumni, showcasing the creative feats that its former students have achieved. In 2018, the show takes the form of Transboundaries: Art + Connection, although — as the title makes plain — playing with form is one of this exhibition's aims.
Featuring work by seven artists, Transboundaries highlights the blending of borders — be it of specific mediums, including dance, film or installation; of the past, present and possible future; or of the social, political, ecological and psychological. That means that it features a little bit of everything, including performances between April 13 to 15 and an immersive video projection until April 15, with the entire exhibition running until June 3.
Stopping by on April 13 is particularly recommended, with the gallery staying open until 8pm. As well as boasting all of the above until later, it also ties in with Botanica in the neighbouring Brisbane Botanic Gardens, which includes garden art, live music and food trucks.
Image: Liesel Zink, Balloons and granite 2018. Photo: Fenlan Chuang. Dancer Michael Smith.