Accessibility: "Oceanic Thinking" (Semester 2)

We provide generalaccessibility informationfor visitors. This page has additional information specific to the Semester 2 iteration of our Oceanic Thinking exhibition. 

If you need assistance navigating the exhibition while you're here, please ask our friendly staff.

Sensory considerations  

Oceanic Thinking  features some artworks that contain video and sound components, which are audible throughout the exhibition. You may like to bring ear plugs or other aids for your visit. 


Oceanic Thinkingaddresses some difficult but important issues. Some artworks address race, effects of colonisation, displaced peoples, and environmental concerns.  
If you are distressed by the themes brought up in our exhibitions,
supportis available.  

Video captions  

The following video artworks contain audio but do not have closed captions:  

  • Angela Tiatia, The Pearl, 2021 
  • Amrita Hepi, Sometimes I want bell hooks but what I need is better te-reo, 2016 
  • Amrita Hepi, The Anguilla Pursuit, 2021 

Sound artworks  

The following artworks contain audio but do not have closed captions:  

  • Ensayos, A Gift of Scent [Bog Hollow, Amenia, New York], 2022 
  • Ensayos, A Gift of Scent [Bogerudmyra,Oslo, Norway], 2022 
  • Ensayos, A Gift of Scent [Minjerribah/Terrangeri], 2022 

Scent artworks  

The following artworks include elements to smell that are installed at 1.36 meters high: 

  • Ensayos, Damp and Rich, 2022 
  • Ensayos, Wolves in the Mire, 2022 
  • Ensayos, jalo gaba, 2022 

Artwork labels 

Audio labels are available via QR codes at our reception desk and throughout the exhibition. You can also listen to them via SoundCloud. Please bring your own device and headphones to access audio labels during your visit. 

You can also download the text labels (PDF, 134.2 KB). 

Banner image: Ensayos, "Bog is Good, jVivan las Tuberas!, Hol-Hol Tol", 2022. Installation view, "Oceanic Thinking", The University of Queensland Art Museum, 2022. Photo: Louis Lim.