Today I spent the afternoon with some friends at the Asia Pacific Triennial at GoMA. It’s one of the most fun and engaging exhibitions but it only happens every three years, so it’s always a must do. Entry is free, making it a lovely and value-packed few hours too! You can come back and find new things to explore and think about too, as it’s on for three months.
See more pictures of APT6, what I wore and our dinner at Vapiano!
The styling of this installation is incredible. I loved the wallpaper and all of the details… the clashing lounge suite, the photos, ornaments, everything!
This was the most incredible and trippy installation. You were required to remove your shoes, and then you went into a room with a massive fluoro lit wall facing a sculptural cave of string hanging from the ceiling.
It was easy to lose people in there, and if you bumped into someone the view was obscured by string. If you walked around for a little bit, the string started to clasp at your throat and refuse to let you go. It was so surreal.
The pattern I made using the Patterns of infinity program by Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian
We left the gallery grudgingly, but it was about to close and none of us had eaten lunch. We decided to go to Vapiano for early dinner. Kathleen had recommended the restaurant highly, for its fresh pizza and pasta and herbs grown on the premises. It’s an incredible concept that I’m glad has come to Brisbane – I really enjoyed my Rucola Ravioli and Crema di Fragola!
Awesome day, highly recommended, would buy again A+!