Art projection: Phoebe Paradise's, 'Subtropical Surreal'
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Art projection: Phoebe Paradise's, 'Subtropical Surreal'

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Mon 22 Nov 2021 6:00pm to Fri 3 Dec 2021 11:30pm
Add to Calendar 2021-11-22 18:00 2021-12-03 23:30 Australia/Brisbane Art projection: Phoebe Paradise's, 'Subtropical Surreal' Brisbane City Council has an extensive <a href="https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/things-to-see-and-do/experiences-and-culture/public-art-in-brisbane/outdoor-gallery">public art</a> collection of approximately 500 diverse objects by local, national and internationally renowned artists.&nbsp; This diverse collection comprises artworks in a mix of styles and materials ranging from traditional bronze sculptures to large scale contemporary artworks with lighting programs. For the first time Council has commissioned digital artworks for the city&rsquo;s growing public art collection by four leading and emerging local, female artists which was launched in 2020 at Council&rsquo;s newest <a href="https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/things-to-see-and-do/experiences-and-culture/public-art-in-brisbane/outdoor-gallery">Outdoor Gallery</a> location, Howard Smith Wharves. The portability of this part of the wider Public Art Collection allows for the artworks to be displayed multiple times across varying locations. This innovative art procurement takes the artwork to the people rather than the other way around. Four artworks will be on rotation at Howard Smith Wharves from 22 November to 3 December. <strong>About the artist: Phoebe Paradise</strong> Phoebe Paradise is an artist, muralist, fashion designer and musician based in Meanjin (Brisbane). Inspired by subtropical punk and rock n roll, she has worked with Splendour in the Grass, Laneway Festival, BIGSOUND, 4ZZZ, Museum of Brisbane, Amnesty International, The Lifted Brow, QLD Music Festival and countless venues and bands around Australia. <strong>About the artwork</strong><br /><br /><em>Subtropical Surreal</em> is a dreamy, animated miscellany of domestic tableaux; magnifying the private, surreal moments of living with a city that is constantly renegotiating its spatial relationship with the natural subtropical environment. This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. View the event listings for the other three projections: <ul> <li><a href="https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on-and-events/event/art-projection-jenna-lees-breathing-spaces-156677168" target="_blank">Jenna Lee&#39;s, &#39;Breathing Spaces&#39;</a></li> <li><a href="https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on-and-events/event/art-projection-judy-watsons-water-under-the-bridge-tumamun-156677166" target="_blank">Judy Watson&#39;s, &#39;water under the bridge tumamun&#39;</a></li> <li><a href="https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on-and-events/event/art-projection-hailey-atkins-whither-weather-156677191" target="_blank">Hailey Atkin&#39;s, &#39;Whither Weather&#39;</a>.</li> </ul> Howard Smith Wharves Precinct, 5 Boundary Street, Brisbane City
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Brisbane City Council has an extensive public art collection of approximately 500 diverse objects by local, national and internationally renowned artists.  This diverse collection comprises artworks in a mix of styles and materials ranging from traditional bronze sculptures to large scale contemporary artworks with lighting programs.

For the first time Council has commissioned digital artworks for the city’s growing public art collection by four leading and emerging local, female artists which was launched in 2020 at Council’s newest Outdoor Gallery location, Howard Smith Wharves.

The portability of this part of the wider Public Art Collection allows for the artworks to be displayed multiple times across varying locations. This innovative art procurement takes the artwork to the people rather than the other way around.

Four artworks will be on rotation at Howard Smith Wharves from 22 November to 3 December.

About the artist: Phoebe Paradise

Phoebe Paradise is an artist, muralist, fashion designer and musician based in Meanjin (Brisbane). Inspired by subtropical punk and rock n roll, she has worked with Splendour in the Grass, Laneway Festival, BIGSOUND, 4ZZZ, Museum of Brisbane, Amnesty International, The Lifted Brow, QLD Music Festival and countless venues and bands around Australia.

About the artwork

Subtropical Surreal is a dreamy, animated miscellany of domestic tableaux; magnifying the private, surreal moments of living with a city that is constantly renegotiating its spatial relationship with the natural subtropical environment.

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

View the event listings for the other three projections:

Bookings

No bookings required.

Venue

Howard Smith Wharves Precinct, 5 Boundary Street, Brisbane City

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