Griffith University

Southbank Campus 226 Grey Street, South Bank, Brisbane
r e a:NATIVE Exhibition June 6 – August 3
White Box Gallery June 24th – 28th
The Griffith University Art Museum, Queensland College of Art and Design, Creative Arts Research Institute, Queensland Conservatorium and Griffith Film School present works for ISEA2024. 

On the evening of June 26, Griffith University will host an evening exhibitions & projection installations in the White Box Gallery and performances developed through Griffith University’s Creative Arts Research Institute (CARI) for ISEA2024. 

WHEN: Wednesday 26 June 2024 

  • ISEA Queensland College of Art Courtyard: 6pm

  • Speeches, to be opened by Wesley Enoch AM: 6.30pm

  • Performances: 6.45-7pm Phantom Chips and John Ferguson with Nicole Carroll

  • Exhibition opens: 6-8pm  


White Box Gallery room 4.18

Immersive video-projection room on the 4th floor, QCAD

Presented by Creative Arts Research Institute


Channelling Dulcie’s Piano – Vanessa Tomlinson, Jesse Budel, Greg Harm

Endless – Andrew Brown

Co_Sonic 1884km2 – Robertina Sebjanic

Bones – Peter Thiedeke, John Ferguson, Chris Stover

WHEN: June 24 – 28 2pm – 6pm daily 


Griffith University Art Museum

r e a:NATIVE Exhibition 

WHEN: June 6 – August 3


Grey Street Gallery

Presented by GUAM

Tara Pattenden 

WHEN: June 26, 6pm onward 


Webb Centre (Building S02), 7th floor Board Room, June 26, 6-9pm
GFS and CARI Present:

Perinatal Dreaming: Understanding Country (VR) – Marianne Wobcke

Sorella’s Story (VR) – Peter Hegedus, Jaclyn McLendon, Bobbi-Lea Dionysius






Peter Thiedeke, John Ferguson, Chris Stover

Things we have known always

Griffith University Art Museum Moving Image and Sound Archive. Artists: Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA), Peter Kennedy and John Hughes, Tracey Moffatt and Randall Wood

ISEA2024 acknowledges the Turrbal and Yugara as the First Nations owners of the lands where the symposium will be held. We pay our respects to their elders, lores, customs and creation spirits. We also acknowledge and pay respects to all First Nations peoples across the continent and beyond Australian shores.