Enjoy an evening at the Art Museum and immerse your senses in scent and sound artworks by international research collective Ensayos. Try the scents on your skin, hear from the artists, and enjoy a free drink and light refreshments.
Ensayos is an international research and artistic collective whose works in the Art Museum's "Oceanic Thinking" exhibition highlight the necessity of global peatland protection. The scents and sounds they use evoke global wetland environments: from the submerged flora, moss and rich saps of Norway or America, to the salty breezes of Minjerribah.
Image: Ensayos, "Damp", 2020. Scents by Christy Gast and Agustine Zegers in glass vessels by Jarred Wright. Installation view, "Oceanic Thinking", The University of Queensland Art Museum, 2022. Photo: Joe Ruckli.

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