When it comes to art, Brisbane is in no shortage of awe-inspiring exhibitions. Neighbourhood Earth just recently opened, then we’ve got a dinosaur exhibition to look forward to next year. To add to the list is Play Moves, a new summer exhibition hitting Museum of Brisbane in December.
Play Moves features a series of six interactive experiences, where you as the viewer can engage with the art through touch and immersion.
Slow Art Collective‘s giant rainbow Archi-Loom installation is a must-see with its massive web made from rainbow thread, bamboo and other recycled fabrics. You can also sink into the Affirmation Tub, a faux fur lined claw foot bath tub, courtesy of artist Michelle Vine.
If you’re after weird and whacky, be sure to check out Counterpilot’s 80s-inspired office full of dancing plants as well as the tentacle orchestra from Zara Pattenden.
All pieces on the exhibition lineup are the works from Australian or Brisbane-based artists, so come along and see some of our local creative talent.
“Play Moves places you at the heart of creative expression and cultural exchange by transforming you from spectator to contributor, inviting you to connect and learn from those around you ” says Museum of Brisbane’s director, Renai Grace. “It’s a dynamic space that
can be visited multiple times to watch the exhibition change and grow over time.”
For more info on Play Moves, visit the Museum of Brisbane website.