We all know the best kind of art is the kind you can interact with—not the stuff behind a red velvet rope—which is exactly what the epic art, science and technology festival taking over Brisbane in March is all about.
After its inaugural event last year, Curiocity is back for round two, returning bigger and better in 2020 with a heap of interactive installations around town, each one designed to explore the interaction between art and science, as well as a series of pop-up events.
Before you start snoring, let us tell you that these are no dull science-y activities or boring art pieces, oh no. We’re talking VR experiences under geodesic domes, softly falling smoke-filled bubbles to pop and a colourful neon satellite dish that reacts to the sounds of space and will give your Instagram feed some serious art cred.
With installations throughout New Farm Park, Captain Burke Park, South Bank and the CBD, it’s lucky the festival will be going for 20 days, from 20 March to 5 April, because you’re going to need plenty of time to explore them all. Free to visit, all you’ll need to do is pop on some walking shoes and find them all. Get all the details here.
When: 20 March–5 April, 2020
Find out more here.
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Image credit: Dan Arnold