Queensland College of Art

The Work of Art in the Age of the Selfie

The Work of Art in the Age of the Selfie

A group exhibition from Queensland College of Art undergraduate students exploring the impact of selfie culture on contemporary practice.
Rub the Lotion on the Skin

Rub the Lotion on the Skin

This exhibition brings together the works of six undergraduate painting majors from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University reflecting on the notion of "paint as skin.'
I saw a person I knew who was originally from Brisbane walking across Princes Bridge but we both pretended not to notice each other

I saw a person I knew who was originally from Brisbane walking across Princes Bridge but we both pretended not to notice each other

This collection of paintings from Jonathan Kopinski seeks to construct part of an ongoing scenography of remembered incidents and narratives that explore the banal and absurd poetics of personal experience.
Materiality, Agency and The Body: Sharna Barker & Natalie Lavelle

Materiality, Agency and The Body: Sharna Barker & Natalie Lavelle

Queensland College of Art students Sharna Barker and Natalie Lavelle present a selection of work that negotiate a space between presence and absence; suggesting the invisible and the bodily.
Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones

Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones

Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox poses questions about how landscape is mediated in the age of the drone.
Panel Discussion | Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones

Panel Discussion | Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones

Join artist Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox, Dr. Samid Suliman from Griffith University, Federica Caso from The University of Queensland and Cormac Opdebeeck Wilson from The University of Queensland for a panel discussion on our current exhibition Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones.