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APT7, the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art

Author: Queensland Art Gallery,; Gallery of Modern Art (Brisbane, Qld.),
Publisher: South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia : Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, [2012] ©2012
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Queensland Art Gallery,; Gallery of Modern Art (Brisbane, Qld.),
ISBN: 9781921503375 : 1921503378
OCLC Number: 802295835
Notes: "20 years of art 1993-2013."
Catalog of an exhibition held at Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane, December 8, 2012-April 14, 2013.
Description: 320 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Contents: Where we stand: the Asia Pacific Triennial 20 years on / Suhanya Raffel --
Cosmologies and conversations / Russell Storer --
Vertical ephemerals and Pacific structures / Maud Page --
Sustained intervention: indigenous Australian art in the Asia Pacific Triennial / Bruce McLean --
Audiences and the APT / Andrew Clark and Sarah Stutchbury --
The archive and the atlas: cinema as repository of the everyday / Kathryn Weir --
Transcentury / Michael Wesley --
Field and stream: the terrain of contemporary Asian art / Joan Kee --
Transcultural space and art historical consciousness / Peter Brunt --
Oceania / Epeli Hau'ofa --
Artists. Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq: evanescence / Sushma Griffin --
Asmat: the eloquence of wood / Ruth McDougall --
Rina Banerjee: the abundance of things / Sally Foster --
Daniel Boyd: a voyage of discovery / Bruce McLean --
Louisa Bufardeci: 10 --
6 = 4 / Peter McKay --
Neha Choksi: an interview / Reuben Keehan --
Tiffany Chung: exodus / Angela Goddard. Lorraine Connelly-Northey: mistress of iron / Diane Moon --
Michael Cook: 'civilised' / Michael Hawker --
Timothy Cook: full circle: life and death in the Tiwi Islands / Bruce McLean --
Atul Dodiya: the art and politics of friendship / Reuben Keehan --
Inci Eviner: an interview / Kathryn Weir --
Graham Fletcher: an interview / Ruth McDougall --
Parastou Forouhar: an interview / Bree Richards --
Gimhongsok: irreconcilable differences / Reuben Keehan --
Uji Handoko Eko Saputro (aka Hahan): the 'big artist' / Tarun Nagesh --
Huang Yong Ping: shedding one's skin / Russell Storer --
Roslisham Ismail (aka Ise): an interview / Ellie Buttrose --
Takahiro Iwasaki: modelling another view / Tarun Nagesh --
Susan Jacobs: frontier / Bree Richards --
Chia-En Jao: not just a dream / Tamsin Cull --
Tomoko Kashiki: 'A rock feels no pain and an island never cries' / Sarah Stratton --
Sangdon Kim: walking in the city / Reuben Keehan --
Joanna Langford: imagined worlds / Andrea Bell. An-My Lê: proof of a contradictory world / Sally Foster --
Shirley Macnamara: Wingreeguu / Diane Moon --
Madeln Company: the rules of the game / Kathryn Weir --
Basir Mahmood: small gestures / Rosie Hays --
Sheila Makhijani: still painting / David Burnett --
Richard Maloy: Big yellow / Andrea Bell --
mixrice: going underground / Reuben Keehan --
Nguyen Manh Hung: vertical village / Ellie Buttrose --
Nguyen Minh Phuoc: red étude / Bree Richards --
Nguyen Thai Tuan: salt and water / Michael Hawker --
Manuel Ocampo: an interview / Russell Storer --
Paramodel: the imaginative possibilities of daily life / Andrea Bell --
Pratchaya Phinthong: an interview / Russell Storer --
Phuan Thai Meng: papering over the cracks / Julie Ewington --
The Propeller Group: an interview / Maud Page --
Sara Rahbar: a terrible beauty / Ruth McDougall --
Wedhar Riyadi: colliding contradictions / Laura Mudge --
Edwin Roseno: 'green hypermarket' unpacked / Zoe De Luca. ruangrupa: an interview / Julie Ewington --
Dominic Sansoni: acts of remembering and regeneration / José Da Silva --
Greg Semu: history and artifice / David Burnett --
Raqib Shaw: in full bloom / Sarah Stratton --
Dayanita Singh: fictions unbound / Miranda Wallace --
Tadasu Takamine: an interview / Reuben Keehan --
LN Tallur: what are you afraid of? / Reuben Keehan --
Fiona Tan: shifting tides / Zoe De Luca --
Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi: making the invisible visible / Maud Page --
Tromarama: the secret life of objects / Fiona Neill --
Tintin Wulia: crossing borders / Julie Ewington --
Yuan Goang-Ming: an interview / Amanda Slack-Smith --
Zhou Tiehai: cry, laugh, get rich / David Burnett --
The adze, the hand and the brush: creating connections in changing times / Ruth McDougall --
Papua New Guinean masks and performance: the inner layers / Michael Kisombo --
Sepik architecture's exception: painted architecture of the Abelam and Kwoma / Martin Fowler. O-Now: traversing West Asia / November Paynter --
Cevdet Erek: an interview / Sarah Stutchbury --
Erbossyn Meldibekov: of monuments and mountains / José Da Silva --
Almagul Menlibayeva: the ground that recalls / José Da Silva --
Hrair Sarkissian: everyone wears frost / José Da Silva --
Wael Shawky: an interview / Russell Storer --
Slavs and Tatars: an interview / Russell Storer --
Oraib Toukan: a piece of the Middle East / Tarun Nagesh --
The 20-year archive: an orientation / Reuben Keehan --
Heman Chong: institution, event, artist and audience / Peter McKay --
{disarmed} imagining a Pacific archive: an interview / Maud Page --
MAP Office: an interview / Donna McColm --
Raqs Media Collective: time satellite / Reuben Keehan --
Michael Parekowhai: the world turns / Maud Page --
Kids' APT7 and audience participation / Kate Ryan --
Kids' APT7 artist projects --
Australian Cinémathèque. Change: paths through 20 years of film / José Da Silva --
Mountains and waters: Chinese animation since the 1930s / Kathryn Weir.
Other Titles: 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art 7
7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT7)
APT 7
Responsibility: Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art.

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