For 20 exciting days in March – Brisbane will come to life with fully immersive sensory experiences to everyone to explore around the river city.
Discover a myriad of curious encounters with Science, Technology and the Arts including interactive creations, augmented reality spaces, pop-up playgrounds and music events.
Take a break from reality and immerse yourself in Curiocity Brisbane in your own time – whether that’s on the way to work, a picnic on the lawns or during a visit to the Brewery with friends. Curiocity experiences are open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Visit the ‘Something Fishy’ experience on-site here at Howard Smith Wharves.
Creator: Luxxbox: Jason Bird
Something Fishy is an environmentally-responsive Curiocity that comprises of more than 2000 sparkling reflective gold Bass-shaped foil sh sculptures. This Curiocity will capture the imagination and delight of the audience as it glistens with the passing sunlight and gentle river breezes. The giant school of Bass—a species common to the waters of Brisbane and held in high regard as a sustainable resource— the light-as-air sculptures will respond to the climate, changing direction as if to emulate the tides; a moving school of fish. Visitors are free to wander through this immersive Curiocity, being swept up by the giant fish.