Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Fwd: APT7 Cinema


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Production still from A Happy Wish 2010 / Director: Jack Shih Ming-Huei / Image courtesy: Red Alien Studio
 
APT7 CINEMA
 
WHEN Until 14 April 2013
WHERE GOMA Cinema
FREE
 
As part of 'The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art' (APT7) QAGOMA's Australian Cinémathèque presents two major cinema programs: Mountains and Waters: Chinese Animation Since the 1930s featuring exquisite works of animation employing techniques ranging from ink-wash painting, shadow plays and papercuts to puppetry and woodblock prints; and Change: Paths Through 20 Years of Film, which uses the motif of 'change' to explore 20 years of filmmaking throughout the region.

The Audi GOMA Bar is open from 5.30pm for Friday and Saturday screenings.
 
 
 
FREE AUSTRALIA DAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY SCREENINGS
 
 
PARAMODEL   TIFFANY CHUNG   TROMARAMA
 
BEDEVIL 1993 PG Trailer
 
ONE NIGHT THE MOON 2001 M
 
THE SAPPHIRES 2012 PG Trailer
 
Mon 28 Jan 2.00pm (90 mins)
Cinema A, GOMA
 
Mon 28 Jan 4.00pm (57 mins)
Cinema A, GOMA
 
Mon 28 Jan 6.00pm (103 mins)
Cinema A, GOMA
 
'Bedevil is a thematically linked trilogy of multiculturalisms, ghosts from Queensland's past: Greeks, Chinese, Torres Strait Islanders and Aboriginals are posited against an American GI and the blondest of children. Tracey Moffatt awakes the ghosts of her own past, her Aboriginal–Irish heritage and, in so doing, taps into the ghosts of all our pasts.' BIFF   'One Night the Moon tells of the search for a small white girl who wanders off one night from the family's remote home to follow the full moon. Her father won't allow the black tracker Albert on his land to let him participate in the search, instead fruitlessly leading a band of white men across the desolate country, decimating every trace of the girl's path.' BIFF   'Set in the late 1960s the McCrae girls — four talented young singers from a remote Aboriginal mission — are plucked from obscurity and branded Australia's version of The Supremes. The girls dream of becoming as big as their Motown idols and they get their chance when they're flown to Vietnam to entertain the troops, opening their eyes to a whole new world of sex, war, politics and soul.' MIFF
 
 
APT7 Lunch Package
 
 
 
PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
 
 
Nguyen Manh Hung , Vietnam b.1976 / Living together in paradise (installation view) 2009 / Mixed media installation
MY GEN 50+ AFTER-HOURS LECTURE – APT7 IN FOCUS: CONSERVATION CHALLENGES
 
TIME 6.00pm
WHEN Wednesday 6 February 2013
WHERE Cinema B, GOMA
 
Join Stuart Fuller, QAGOMA Conservator, as he provides insights into the conservation of APT7 artist Nguyen Manh Hung's Living together in paradise 2009. Stuart will discuss the challenges and recount some behind-the-scenes stories of this spectacular work in a fascinating illustrated lecture.

Bookings essential, email or phone (07) 3840 7144.

For more information on My Gen 50+ programs and events, visit the website.
 
 
 
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TOURING EXHIBITION
 
 
Lloyd Rees, Australia 1895–1988 | Exterior, St Brigid's Church, Red Hill 1916 | Pen and ink and watercolour wash over pencil on wove paper | Gift of John Brackenreg 1965 | Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | © Lloyd Rees 1916. Licensed by Viscopy, Sydney, 2011
Lloyd Rees - Life and Light
 
WHEN Until 17 February 2013
WHERE John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery, Miles
 
'Lloyd Rees: Life and Light' honours the important connection between Lloyd Rees and Queensland, especially for his early development as a draftsman and artist. 'Life and Light' explores the range of Rees's artistic achievements throughout his long career.

For more information on touring exhibitions and programs, visit the website.
 
 
 
APT7 PUBLICATIONS
 
 
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THE 7TH ASIA PACIFIC TRIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART Buy Online
 
HAHAN AND FRIENDS View Buy Online
 
RRP $49.95
 
RRP $12.95
 
Explore the extraordinary artistic, social and economic changes that have taken place across Asia and the Pacific since the inception of the APT in 1993 and discover the art works featured in APT7 in this beautifully illustrated publication.   APT7 artist Hahan (Uji Handoko Eko Saputro) has collaborated with the Gallery to develop this thoroughly engaging book featuring art-making activities for kids to do at the home or in the classroom.
 
 
 
APT7 ARTIST HIGHLIGHT
 
 
TROMARAMA / EVERYONE IS EVERYBODY (still, detail) 2012 / Commissioned for APT7 / Image courtesy: The artists
 
TROMARAMA
 
(Febie Babyrose, b.1985, Indonesia; Herbert Hans Maruli, b.1984, Indonesia, Ruddy Alexander Hatumena, b.1984, Bahrain/Indonesia)
Est. 2004, Indonesia

The Indonesian collective Tromarama works in stop-motion video, animation and installation, using diverse techniques such as woodblock printing, photocopy, collage, embroidery, painting and drawing. Read more

See Tromarama's works in APT7:

Happy hour 2010 | Located GOMA Gallery 1.1
EVERYONE IS EVERYBODY 2012 | Located GOMA Gallery 3.4
Wattt?! 2010 | Located Children's Art Centre
 
 
 
 







 
 
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