Solo Exhibition – 26 May 2016 Continuing our engagement with Korea, MAAP is revisiting the emerging media art practice of Taeyoon Kim to discover new sculptural approaches to video. We’re also engaging a new researcher in the region Seolhui Lee, who is conducting an in-depth interview with the artist that we look forward to sharing with you soon!… Read more »
MAAP is thrilled to announce that the LANDSEASKY: revisiting spatiality in video art e-publication is now available freely online. Catalogue publication.Paperback, 94pp, full colour. ISBN 978-1-921858-29-1 Published by OCAT – Shanghai and MAAP-Media Art Asia Pacific 94pp Full colour English and Chinese LANDSEASKY: revisiitng spatiality in video art documents the eponymous touring exhibition that presented… Read more »
MAAP Media Art Asia Pacific would like to announce our 2016 Residency awarded to Alrey Batol. Commencing in March 2016, MAAP SPACE will host Alrey in an artist residency progam that will allow Alrey to develop new work with full access to MEDIA BANK equipment and gallery space. This residency allows the artist to process… Read more »
MAAP is proud to announce the extension of Unlimited – João Vasco Paiva’s exhibition and CityCat Brisbane River project. The project will now continue up to the 28th February enabling more people to experience the work installed at selected CityCat terminals and the gallery installation at MAAP SPACE in Fortitude Valley. Visitors have responded enthusiastically… Read more »
MAAP would like to announce the launch of the catalogue for LANDSEASKY: revisiting spatiality in video art touring exhibition. This will be officially launched at MAAP SPACE on the 26th November from 6:00pm by Andrew McNamara at ‘The Future of Image’ talk. The catalogue will also feature in the QAGOMA Bookstore book forum on the Saturday the… Read more »
MAAP SPACE gallery will host a public discussion about transformations in “nature” of the visual image now and into the future. Andrew McNamara will be in conversation with Ingrid Hoelzl about her new book, Soft Image, which explores the changing conception of image today, especially the photographic image. Where: MAAP SPACE, 111 Constance St FORTITUDE VALLEY 4006… Read more »
MAAP’s undergoing an organisational review; with change on the horizon we have been reviewing our history. Navigate our re envisioned website www.maap.org.au and access the latest MAAP Annual Report, accessible on our publications page. You can also access the past 5 years of Annual Reports, Exhibition/Project Catalogues since 1998 and Exhibition Posters.
MAAP in partnership with the Guangdong Museum of Art presents the critically acclaimed exhibition LANDSEASKY: revisiting spatiality in video art.
The exhibition will open in March – shortly after the close of the Art Basel Hong Kong art fair.
Commencing in March 2015, MAAP SPACE will host Louise Bennett in a special artist residency program that will allow Louise to develop new work with full access to Media Bank equipment and gallery space. This project will enable Louise to process and experiment with raw media materials collected in Indonesia along with other recordings… Read more »
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