APT8 LIVE

The first ever APT Live is an ongoing program of artist performances and projects that expand on the exhibition's emergent themes of performance and the body. After a vibrant array of live events on the opening weekend, APT8 Live continues to animate QAG and GOMA for the duration of the exhibition, giving performance an emphatic presence in the Triennial.

Following the APT8 Live events from 2.30-5.00pm there'll be tunes by Dub Temple Records DJs and a special food/bar menu.

APT8 LIVE is supported by the Commonwealth through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

APT8 LIVE SUNDAYS

You're invited to engage with APT8 Live through a series of monthly event days exploring performance and the body in APT8. Monthly on Sundays, APT8 Live will feature artist performances, drop-in workshops, curator's tours and an APT8 Live discussion forum in which performance art specialists, academics and artists consider the breadth of contemporary performance art from the Asia Pacific region, and the wide ranging issues and contexts it contends with.

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APT8 LIVE CLOSING WEEKEND

Celebrate the closing weekend of the exhibition with a range of APT8 Live events across Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 April.

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Super Critical Mass (Julian Day Australia, b.1975 & Luke Jaaniste / Australia, b.1977) <em>Bell Field</em> 2012–14 Performance documentation, King George Square, Brisbane, 2012 / Photograph: Sharka Bosvakova / Image courtesy: The artists

Super Critical Mass (Julian Day Australia, b.1975 & Luke Jaaniste / Australia, b.1977) Bell Field 2012–14 Performance documentation, King George Square, Brisbane, 2012 / Photograph: Sharka Bosvakova / Image courtesy: The artists