In 2022, Brisbane-based artist Pat Hoffie was invited to respond to the artworks on display in Making Place: 100 Views of Brisbane. Pat spent long hours in the exhibition over several months, absorbing the layered stories and contemplating the aesthetics on display.
Drawing on the imagery of the exhibition and discussions with the community, Pat developed a series of creative writing responses that celebrate the lesser-known stories of Brisbane, enriching our cultural knowledge of the city. These responses have formed a self-guided audio tour that you can listen to as you journey throughout the space. The tour is divided into chapters that can be experienced in any order.
Simply pop on your headphones and hit play on your device.
MoB’s Artist in Residence Program is supported by Tim Fairfax AC.
Pat Hoffie is a Brisbane-based artist whose practice spans painting, installation, assemblage and sculpture. She has exhibited extensively in Australia and internationally. Pat has worked collaboratively with artist communities including, and especially, those in the Philippines. She has worked on a range of projects about Australia’s changing role in the Asia-Pacific region; art and human rights; the changing nature of Country, land and place; and the effects of globalisation on local cultural production. Alongside her artistic practice, Pat has worked as an academic, curator and published writer. She is a Professor Emeritus at Griffith University.
Find out more about Pat’s residency here.