Brisbane Powerhouse is in the heart of New Farm and Teneriffe’s historical industrial zone, which originally featured a sugar refinery, gasworks, wharves and wool stores.

The building was once a working power station which electrified the city from the 1920s to the 1970s. Left abandoned, the city’s artists, rebels and fringe-dwellers used the building as a performance space, home and underground hang-out. It’s only natural for us to represent the bold, the indie, the popular, the awkward, the artistic, the repressed, the hard-working and the relaxed – they’ve been here the whole time.