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On 21 November, 2015, the newest video work The Buddhist Bug, Into the Night will make an international premiere at the Asia Pacific Triennial 8.  The latest work from the on-going series, The Buddhist Bug, was commissioned specifically for the Triennial.  During the opening weekend, there will be two live performances of the Buddhist Bug.
“APT8 reflects the vigour of creative centres throughout Asia and the Pacific. With an emphasis on performance and representations of the body, APT8 explores artists’ use of the human form to express cultural, social and political ideas in times of enormous change.”

https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/apt8

The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8), QAGOMA, Brisbane, Australia, 21 Nov. 2015 – 10 Apr. 2016

PERFORMANCES
11.30am Sat 21 Nov 2015
QAG | Watermall | Free

11.30am Sun 22 Nov 2015
GOMA | Bodhi Tree Terrace | Free

IN CONVERSATION: ANIDA YOEU ALI
With curator Tarun Nagesh
2.30pm Sun 22 Nov 2015
GOMA | Gallery 3.4 | Free

AAANZ CONFERENCE 2015: PANEL DISCUSSION
Image | Space | Body
10:30am – 12noon Tue 24 Nov 2015
QAGOMA
Dislocated – Exploring art and affinity beyond geographical constructs. “In-Between: Otherness, Displacement, and Exiled Bodies” by Anida Yoeu Ali. For full AAANZ conference program visit www.aaanz.info/aaanz-home/conferences/2015-conference/