South Bank Parklands is a fabulous Brisbane location, in fact one of the greatest parklands in the world. There is a new feature at South Bank for visitors to the parkland to experience and its called Flowstate.
Flowstate is an outdoor, multi dimensional, interactive art space located at the top end of South Bank at The Arbour on Tribune Street. Some of the original structures from the previous fast food outlets remain and have been integrated into the new art space site.
Locals and visitors are invited to relax, to eat, to collaborate with some of Queensland’s most compelling artists, to witness new performances in development, engage in workshops, listen to discussions and toe tap to cool music.
See Megafauna by Dead Puppet Society Experience Mixed Reality by Jaymis Loveday Enjoy cool vibes every Friday evening
The name Flowstate alludes to the Brisbane River, which runs parallel with the revitalised site, it is also thus named after data flows with which Jem pulsates and references crowd flows of the site as well as the significance of movement from the year long program that was launched on Tuesday night.
At the heart of Flowstate proudly stands Jem, created by design studio ENESS. Jem is a large scale installation art piece that when approached emits a symphonic and visual experience that responds to people’s closeness to her. The name Jem is a dedication by all South Bank Corporation employees and board members to their former CEO Jemima Dunn, who made a remarkable difference to the lives of many and who will be remembered with beauty by this incredible art installation.
Discover the Flowstate site and its free program of events here. It’s going to be a very interesting and exciting year at South Bank in 2018.
Tell me what you think of Flowstate when you visit, I would be interested to know.
Flowstate at South Bank
Where – The Arbour, Tribune Street, South Bank
When – January to December 2018