Experience a live art remix at Museum of Brisbane’s mind-bending RMXTV exhibition
Calling all art enthusiasts – our city’s cultural gem, Museum of Brisbane, is about to come alive with colour and vibrant experimentation for its newest exhibition RMXTV, where a collection of artists will test their creative agility over three weeks in May. It’s all a part of Brisbane Art Design (BAD), which is returning for another year of interdisciplinary action from May 7–30.
Set to hit Museum of Brisbane on Friday May 7, RMXTV is from the forward-thinking folk at RMX Projects, who deliver collaborative art projects that explore the creative potential of chaos and chance. Over the course of three weeks, a bevy of arty characters will draw and paint on a large purpose-built environment guided by a series of prompts delivered on a big screen. With help from host Steve Alexander, the artists will work alone or in small groups, layering their efforts over older works, creating an ever-changing collaborative artwork.
Now, where do you fit in? Curious minds can visit the museum to witness the magic happen as the space transforms with each new day. You can bring along a sketchbook or an iPad to follow along with the prompts, or you can even have a go at remixing your own artwork with the interactive STICKRMX sticker activity – fun! The line-up of creative whizzes includes the likes of Adrian Clifford, Mel Baxter, Nicola Scott, Julie Fragar, Paul Curtis, Zoe Porter, Tori-Jay Mordey and many more. To book your free-entry ticket here.
This article was written in partnership with our friends at Museum of Brisbane.