INK REMIX: Contemporary art from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong
Ink Remix is the first exhibition in Australia to explore the exciting new developments in ink art, which has emerged as one of the most important artistic trends from Asia in recent years. While the art form is commonly associated with traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy, this ancient practice is having a resurgence as young artists rediscover their voice and the art of ink.
Ink Remix explores how these artists are thinking about ink as a contemporary, dynamic and diverse form of visual expression, and what it means to contemporary society.
The exhibition features the work of 14 established and emerging artists from the region, who are pushing the boundaries of this practice. In a multilingual experience, explore a wide range of media including painting, photography ink jet prints, video and animation, as well as unexpected materials such as Coca-Cola, tea and biro.
A touring exhibition organised by Canberra Museum and Gallery.
INK REMIX: Contemporary art from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong will close partially from Sunday 19 February and close completely on Sunday 5 March. To experience the full exhibition we recommend visiting before Sunday 19 February.
Ink Remix for kids
Have fun exploring Ink Remix with our free activity booklet full of challenges and discoveries for children. Suitable for children aged 4-12.
INK REMIX: Contemporary art from Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong is a Canberra Museum and Gallery touring exhibition. Exhibition curated by Dr Sophie McIntyre.
Museum of Brisbane has received financial assistance from the Queensland Government through the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments.