Some of the boldest moments of the 2020 festival are now at your fingertips.
If you missed them, this is your chance to celebrate the creative imagination of artists and cultures across the Asia-Pacific region.
This mind-bending, hyper-pop performance features a contemporary dancer fitted with motion capture technology, who projects fantastical digital avatars of the artist that materialise as deranged deities, Manga-inspired mutants and cyborgs.
Wednesday 11 November | 6pm – 7pm
Reboot your memory of the live experience with these archival performances.
Wild dance and striking film, set to an evocative song cycle from a 14-voice choir.
Dancers and metal-heads share the stage in this meeting of cultures and art forms.
Discover more about the artists and their creative process in these mini documentaries.
The vast histories, philosophies and cultures of China and India meet through dance.
A mesmerising convergence of contemporary Indonesian dance and physical story-telling.
A sonic portrait and evocative exploration of memory, time, control and loss.
Queer hookup culture goes under the microscope.
Singapore Airlines invites you to check-in for Boarding Pass to Asia TOPA.
During this video series discover flavours, ideas and places through the eyes and minds of leading chefs and artists in a celebration of culture and connection.
From conversations about the interplay of art and politics through to explorations of art making, explore the broader issues that shape contemporary daily life in the Asia Pacific region.
Image credit: Sarah Walker
Early this year more than 70 Australian and 50 international cultural partners came together in Melbourne to present Asia TOPA 2020, the second Asia Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts. Creative Director Stephen Armstrong reflects on the recent festival and what the future holds for the triennial.
Asia TOPA is a joint initiative of Arts Centre Melbourne and the Sidney Myer Fund and is supported by the Australian and Victorian governments.