The sixth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT6), held from December 2009 to April 2010, presents the works of more than 100 artists from 25 countries, including collaborations and collectives, reflecting the diversity of practices across Asia, the Pacific and Australia.

APT6 includes artists from countries that have not been represented in the APT before, including Tibet, North Korea, Turkey and Iran, and countries of the Mekong region such as Cambodia and Myanmar (Burma).

This publication accompanies APT6 and includes essays by Queensland Art Gallery's APT curatorial team.
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The 6th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art | APT6

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Onsite

Location code EX.AUS.APT.2009
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2009

No of pages

260

ISBN / ISSN

9781921503085

No of copies

1

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
A Restless Subject

- Suhanya RAFFEL

Rites and Rights: Contemporary Pacific

- Maud PAGE

Promised Lands

- José DA SILVA, Kathryn WEIR

The Hungry Goat: Iranian Animation, Media Archaeology and Located Visual Worlds

- Kathryn WEIR

The World and the Studio

- Russell STORER

Minam Apang: Tales from the Deep

- Miranda WALLACE

Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan: In Flight

- Michael HAWKER

Chen Chieh-jen: On Going

- Naomi EVANS

Chen Qiulin: Salvaged from Ruins

- Angela GODDARD

Cheo Chai-Hiang: Cash Converter

- Yvonne LOW

DAMP: Untitled and Indefinite

- Francis E PARKER

Solomon Enos: Polyfantastica

- David BURNETT

Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian: Lightning for Neda

- Suhanya RAFFEL

Subodh Gupta: Cold War Kitchen

- David BURNETT

Gonkar Gyatso: Trouble in Paradise

- Suhanya RAFFEL

Kyungah Ham: Communication beyond the Unreachable Place

- José DA SILVA

Ho Tzu Nyen: Of the Way of the Creator

- Russell STORER

Emre Huener: Panoptikon

- Naomi EVANS

Raafat Ishak: Pathways in Paint

- Bree RICHARDS

Runa Islam: Things that are Restless and Things that are Still

- Kathryn WEIR

Ayaz Jokhio: Toward the Within

- Russell STORER

Takeshi Kitano: Fallen Hero

- Rosie HAYS

Ang Lee: Quiet! The Film is about to Start

- Ellie BUTTROSE

Mansudae Art Studio and Art in North Korea (DPRK)

- Nicholas BONNER

Rudi Mantofani: What is aslant and what is oblique

- Julie EWINGTON

Mataso Pintmakers

- David BURNETT

Mapping the Mekong

- Richard STREITMATTER-TRAN

Bui Cong Khanh: Contemporary Story

- Ian WERE

Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba: Breathing is Free

- Shihoko IIDA, 飯田志保子

Sopheap Pich: 1979

- Mellissa KAVENAGH

Manit Sriwanichpoom: The Agony of Waiting

- Russell STORER

Svay Ken: Painting from Life

- Russell STORER

Tun Win Aung and Wah Nu: Between the Two

- Richard STREITMATTER-TRAN

Vandy Rattana: Fire of the Year

- Mellissa KAVENAGH

Tracey Moffatt: Plantation

- Julie EWINGTON

Farhad Moshiri: Hybrid Confections

- Abigail FITZGIBBONS

Kohei Nawa: Seeing is Believing

- Michael HAWKER

Shinji Ohmaki: Dissolving into Light

- Shihoko IIDA, 飯田志保子

The One Year Drawing Project

- Suhanya RAFFEL

Pacific Reggae: Roots Beyond the Reef

- Brent CLOUGH

Rithy Panh: Gestures of Protest

- Amanda SLACK-SMITH

Reuben Paterson: Pathways through History

- Angela GODDARD

Campbell Patterson: Intimate Videos

- Francis E PARKER

Wit Pimkanchanapong: In-between Spaces

- Donna MCCOLM

Qiu Anxiong: The New Book of Mountains and Seas

- Sarah STUTCHBURY

Kibong Rhee: There is no Place

- Donna MCCOLM

Hiraki Sawa: Active Stillness

- Mellissa KAVENAGH

Shirana Shahbazi: A Purely Visual Language

- Bree RICHARDS

Shooshie Sulaiman: Who's Afraid of the Dark?

- Ellie BUTTROSE

Thukral and Tagra: Dream Merchants

- Russell STORER

Charwei Tsai: A Space of Contemplation

- Ruth MCDOUGALL

Vanuatu Sculptors: Innovation and Tradition

- Ruth MCDOUGALL

Traditions and Rituals in North Ambrym

- Napong NORBERT

Rohan Wealleans: Ritual and Excess

- Nicholas CHAMBERS

Robin White, Leba Toki and Bale Jione: A Shared Garden

- Ruth MCDOUGALL

Yang Shaobin: X - Blind Spot

- Abigail FITZGIBBONS

Yao Jui-Chung: Wandering in the Lens

- José DA SILVA

YNG (Yoshitomo Nara and Graf): Discovering New Worlds

- Nicholas CHAMBERS

Zhu Weibing and Ji Wenyu: People Holding Flowers

- Abigail FITZGIBBONS

Building Bridges: 10 Years of Kids' APT

- Andrew CLARK

Kids' APT Artist Projects
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