26 April - 5 May 2019

Brisbane and Elsewhere Art UnTriennial present BEAUT19.

Embracing the legacy of the Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane, BEAUT activates the Brisbane artistic community to host and engage with local, national and international artists and artist run initiatives, and consists of exhibitions, a publication, and public programming.

BEAUT19’s curatorial premise emphasises the principles of presence, convergence, and resistance, offering a localised accompaniment to QAGOMA’s APT9, favouring interstate and international collaboration. Embracing the resilience of the grassroots arts community as well as reflecting the institutional investment in the arts in Brisbane, BEAUT will showcase local artists and ARIs alongside their national and international peers from the Asia-Pacific region.

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for further information on artists, Brisbane artist run initiatives (ARIs) and satellite shows as part of the Brisbane and Elsewhere Art UnTriennial.

Christopher Bassi (Torres Strait Islands, Australia)
Ruth Cho (Australia)
Arko Datto (India)
Muhammad Fadli (Indonesia)
Dale Harding (Bidjara, Ghungalu & Garingbal, Australia)
David Jones (Dalungbarra, Australia)
Ida Lawrence (Australia/Indonesia)
Sancintya Mohini Simpson (Australia/India)
Sha Sarwari (Afghanistan/Australia)
Leyla Stevens (Australia/Indonesia)
Watsamon Tri-yasakda (Thailand)
Dennese Victoria (Philippines)
Georgia Walsh (Australia)
Seon-Im You (Australia)

Publications featuring artists across the program's responses, newly commissioned essays and exhibition documentation, will be available throughout the exhibition.

Outer Space acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land where this project takes place, Meanjin, and pays respect to Elders - past, present and emerging. 

Outer Space  is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Outer Space is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

Outer Space is proudly supported by