Work by David Griggs will be featured in the forthcoming exhibition at QAGOMA, ‘Lies, Magicians and Blind Faith’, which focuses on the dynamic relationship between Australian and Filipino artists throughout the 1990s and 2000s. Central to the exhibition is Griggs’ 2008 installation-based work, ‘Frog boy’s dissertation into a new karaoke cult’, a monumental painted carnival tent.
‘Lies, Magicians and Blind Faith’
4 March – 30 July, 2023
Image credit: David Griggs, ‘Frog boy’s dissertation into a new karaoke cult’, 2008, synthetic polymer paint on sewn canvas with aluminium frame, wood and medium density fibreboard, rope and projected DVD: 34.54 minutes, colour, silent