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April 2019


GALLERY 2 WHAT HAPPENED? SAMUEL SZWARCBORD In late 2017, five large geometric shapes were worn across multiple locations. There was no warning of the performances and each of these locations… Continue reading


GALLERY 3 FLATTENING YUSI ZANG Yusi Zang is a Beijing born multi-disciplinary artist living and working in Melbourne. Connecting the poetics of her inner thoughts with the realism of banal… Continue reading

James Little

GALLERY 4 FW19 – Maybe the grass looks greener on the other side because it’s fake JAMES LITTLE “I’m interested in ecology and the oscillation between authenticity and surrogate behaviours,… Continue reading


GALLERY 5 TRUTH AND PARADISE JESSICA CURRY & LUCIE MCINTOSH The concept of paradise creates in our consciousness a moment of immateriality. It conjures visions of an idyllic landscape, a… Continue reading

The Room Is

GALLERY 6 THE ROOM IS STEPHANIE HOSLER, DANIEL WARD, ERIN HALLYBURTON AND RUBEN STONEY The Room Is toys with the porous and shifting relationships between bodies, objects and spaces. Through… Continue reading

March 2019

Jess Merlo

GALLERY 1 NEW FORMATION JESS MERLO “New Formation was created around the idea of eroding the boundaries between two and three-dimensional forms through the exploration and convergence of painting, sculpture… Continue reading

Lorilee Yang

GALLERY TWO I CAN STAND TALL IN THIS SHALLOW WELL LORILEE YANG my happiness is full to the eyebrows the water holds up my cheeks I can stand tall in… Continue reading


GALLERY 3 v. their body swells, and asks to be held ICHIKAWAEDWARD IchikawaEdward (est.2017) is a Naarm/Melbourne based artist duo consisting of Joshua Edward & Lee Ichikawa. Throughout the process… Continue reading

Alex Ragg and Jasper Jordan Lang

GALLERY FOUR BASALT WOUND ALEX RAGG AND JASPER JORDAN LANG Examining the significance of objects in both the public and private space through time and memory, basalt wound presents a… Continue reading

Rebecca Delange

GALLERY FIVE SHUT UP MOUNTAIN REBECCA DELANGE Rebecca Delange’s practice looks at the poetic: things known and felt but which evade direct visual perception and representation—unseen and unspoken experiences of… Continue reading