Saturday 16 January 2016
Woolf Pack Zine Workshop
Zines, ideas and banter with this female and non-binary with this female and non-binary zine and collective.
Multi-award-winning Indigenous writer and poet Samuel Watson weaves new works throughout the festival.
The More I Think About It, The Bigger It Gets
A feminist multi-arts pop up performance featuring live classical music and sound art.
Lost in Translation
Examining patterns formed among and within repeating structural units of Proteins.
Cloud2 and Quantified Earth
Will we have to imagine life without water? Our planet’s water cycles are under threat and we have the data to prove it.
Local purveyor of dirt encrusted r’n’b, Airling is fast becoming one of the most talked about young artists in the Australian music industry with her own twist on modern pop music.
Ambient rock music takes shape through the powers of light and shade, visually representing the essence of her music.
Fierce Mild form compelling songs speaking of the sinister and absurd. The narratives unfurl amidst rich soundscapes and intense visualisations.
Quintessential Doll combines brooding synths, glitchy beats and atmospheric strings with evocative poetry and visuals.
Through various styles of dance, the human body will symbolize and explore life, preservation, metamorphosis, decay and death.
In a brave new world what is sex and consent? How do we navigate this brave new world and still have genuine encounters?
Hearts of Change
What happens when we embrace our vulnerability and allow it to fuel our actions and words when connecting with others?
Versatile and immersive, they have the capability to make you dance, contemplate life and dance again.
Experimenting with the Sounds of Music
Experience music through both science and artistic understandings with Joel Gilmore, Vocal Manoeuvres and instrumentalists.
An interactive live projection work illuminating how humanity is moved by the unseen, the space between and contagious blindsight.
Blur the lines between art and music. Don’t expect to be wooed with love songs; this is pseudo-nihilistic sound.
Don’t Read The Comments
Exploring the oppressive nature of freedom of speech online, using verbatim comments from media articles.
Science Texts That Changed the World
From The Origin of the Species to Andrew Wakefield’s notorious paper, join the discussion on big science texts led by Joel Gilmore.
This workshop takes you through the basics of making a one-page zine and turns your experiences into peepable zine goodness.
I am doll parts. What are the risks in relying on celebrities to speak for the communities they are heralded as representing?
Celebrating inclusion through dance, this performance works to introduce society’s inexperience of disability.
The Girlfriend Experience
Step into a strip club after hours, when the patrons have left, and see it from a sex workers perspective.
Installation inspired by stories and letters, previously untold, unwritten and silently contained within. Now brought into the world.
QUT Booth on Safe Spaces
A portable structure using tangible and hybrid interaction to ask “Where do you feel safe in Brisbane?”
Introducing Cinematic Folk, the musical and visual that is Ella Fence, the front woman of her all female trio.
Shadow blisters is a generative animation using data and imagery reflecting the concept of the ‘shadow blister effect’, a natural phenomenon whereby shadows are known to bulge outward and towards each other.