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Dots and Loops

What lurks beneath...?

Take a trip deep below, down to the depths, to explore the instrument at the foundations of everything from jazz and classical music to rock’n’roll and nuevo-tango.

Bernado Alviz
Elsen Price
Tango Enigmático

Colombian-born Australia double-bassist Bernado Alviz weaves a rich tapestry of colours and lines only using his left hand in his fascinating ‘Lienzos Migrantes’ for left hand bassist and delays. Sydney-based artist Elsen Price combines double bass and effects pedals in a dark journey through improvisatory jazz, electronica and contemporary classicism in a set drawn from his 2020 lockdown album ‘The Life Long Day Dreamer’. As the night progresses, the dance floor comes to life with the fiery nuevo-tango of local Brisbane trio Tango Enigmático, featuring works from the golden-age of Argentinian tango alongside new works from Australia and abroad.

To make sure everyone can join in, tickets are Pay-What-You-Can-Afford, minimum $10. We encourage those of you with the means to do so to pay more, enabling us to put this event on while keeping it accessible to those in our community who may be experiencing financial difficulties in these strange times. If it is within your means, our suggested ticket price is $35. Every little bit helps support Brisbane's vibrant arts community and the amazing artists in the Dots+Loops family.

We will have a limited allocation of free and discounted tickets available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and any people who can't afford the ticket price. To gain access to this scheme, please contact us or send us a message on the Dots+Loops Instagram for more information.


The IMA is fully wheelchair accessible.

Dots+Loops exists for all members of the community, regardless of gender identity, sexuality, ethnicity or economic background. Our shows are explicitly safe spaces, with no tolerance for bigotry, racism, queerphobia, sexism, misogyny, or ableist behaviours or attitudes.

Dots+Loops BASEMENT is held on Jagera and Turrbal land. We respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners, pay respects to elders past and present, and recognise the important ongoing contributions our First Nations communities make to our music and arts scenes. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

This project is assisted by: the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body; Creative Partnerships Australia through the Australian Cultural Fund; and our partners Cre8tive Nations, the Institute of Modern Art, The Constance Hotel Fortitude Valley, the University of Queensland School of Music, and Simply for Strings.

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