Only a few more days to wait and some were lucky enough to get in and take a closer look at the latest exhibit that will be opening at the Gallery of Modern Art on December 18,GoMA 21st Century Exhibition: Make Sure You Visit Articles 2010. The outstanding GoMA 21st Century exhibition will be in place until March of 2011 and has a lot of exceptional experiences to present Brisbane residents as well as visitors from across the globe.
This fascinating exhibition is still being set up but you will discover that this art is more enjoyable than your wildest imagination. Truly, one of the most dynamic spectacles in place so far is the massive double helix projection slide that you can actually slide down. A ride in the center of an art exhibit, well this should bring the children in, in leaps and bounds. This contemporary art turned amusement park ride was created by artist Carsten Holler and is expected to be one of the favorite attractions of the exhibit.
Of course this will not be the first time these slides have been on display and as a matter of fact they have already toured though Europe. This will however be their initial appearance in Australia and even Asia.
The large modern day exhibit is hoped to rekindle the love of art and culture in this region and the hope is that displays which are interactive like this will help to reach a broad spectrum of individuals from various walks of life. Most of the works from this display have been acquired between 2000 and 2010 and will be added with a number of contemporary works on loan along with some creations by area artists as well.
And how much will you be paying for this remarkable one of a kind art experience? The answer is nothing. The GoMA exhibit will be entirely free. If you are enthusiastic about finding out more about this amazing event then be sure to take a look on the web for further details about this incredible exhibit. The exhibit will include Candice Breitz’s portrait of Michael Jackson, more than a picture this is a collaboration of several videos spliced together and fits well into this phenomenal exhibit as it’s an edited video presentation and not just a picture.
Be sure to make plans to look at this exhibit while it is available in Brisbane. It is free and much fun for the entire family and regardless of whether you’re into art or just are looking for a way to spend an afternoon away from the heat of the sun this is one exhibit that you won’t want to miss.