Accessibility information: Oceanic Thinking

We provide general accessibility information for visitors. This page has additional informaiton specific to the 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 Thinking addresses 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, support is available

Video captions 

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

  • Tabita Rezaire, DEEP DOWN TIDAL, 2017
  • Elise Rasmussen, The Year Without a Summer, 2020
  • Elise Rasmussen, Did you know blue had no name?, 2018
  • Salote Tawale, I don't see colour, 2021

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, 85.1 KB).

Wheelchair hire

A wheelchair is available to hire free of charge for use during your visit to UQ Art Museum. To secure a booking, please contact our Visitor Engagement team on (07) 3365 3046 or email us at Subject to availability.

Banner image: Tabita Rezaire, DEEP DOWN TIDAL, 2017, Single-channel HD film, 19:15 minutes. Installation view, "Oceanic Thinking", UQ Art Museum, 2022. Photo: Josef Ruckli