MAAP SPACE, MAAP Office, MAAP Media Bank 111 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley Queensland Australia Postal address: GPO BOX 2505, Brisbane QLD 4001
Telephone: +61 (0)7 3108 8559
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MAAP program includes an ongoing program of special international collaborations. In addition MAAP SPACE, gallery program features regular curated exhibitions of media art from Australia and the Asia Pacific region. MAAP Media Bank is an AV lending and support service to artists.

Over 15 years, MAAP has supported, generated, exchanged and collaborated on hundreds of projects with major international partners in Australia and abroad. Our timeline provides a snapshot of this rich project history.

MAAP has collaborated with gallery, museums, public institutions and in public art environments, including at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Reuters Video Wall, Times Square, New York; National Art Museum of China; Singapore Art Museum; the China Millennium Monument Art Museum; the Queensland Art Gallery; the State Library of Queensland; the Shanghai Library; and the National Library of China.

With the organisation based in Brisbane, MAAP is also committed to supporting Queensland artists in the production, presentation and promotion of their work both locally and overseas.

MAAP was conceived as a not-for-profit cultural organisation and was registered as Incorporated Association in 1998 and is a Cultural Organisation registered with the Australian Tax Offcie DGR -Deductable Gift Recipient The organisation was established to bring focus to “unmapped” media art activity from Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Between 1998 and 2006, MAAP cultivated an international reputation for annual and biannual media art festivals. In all, MAAP produced 7 international media art festivals across Brisbane, Beijing and Singapore, encompassing collaboration and representation from 14 countries. MAAP explores media art through critical exhibition and research initiatives that engage the region’s major and emerging practitioners and producers.

MAAP projects have commissioned new work by many of the region’s most important contemporary media artists, including: YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES, Zhang Peili, Wang Gongxin, Zhu Jia, Yang Zhenzhong, Wang Peng, Feng Mengbo, Charles Lim (tsunami.net), *CANDYFACTORY PROJECTS.

MAAP – Multimedia Art Asia Pacific Inc (MAAP) is the registered name of the organisation. On the 15th year of operation 2012, MAAP switched to MAAP Media Art Asia Pacific.