Exhibitions

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The Incinerator Gallery hosts an exciting and diverse program of exhibitions year round. 

There are three unique gallery spaces within the Incinerator including the Main Gallery, the Atrium and Boadle Hall Community Gallery.

In 2019 there will be even more opportunities for the community to engage with visual arts with a variety of exhibitions and events that will take place across the neighbourhoods of Moonee Valley.

The Incinerator Gallery is open during exhibitions from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 4pm, except public holidays. 

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Without Fail

Without Fail

Tully Arnot, Dord Burrough, Chris Dolman, Matthew Harris, Kate Mitchell, Danielle Reynolds and Tania Smith

Opening: Friday, 5 April, 6pm–8pm
Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 2 April – Sunday, 19 May

Without Fail brings together artworks that embrace risk taking, a sense of humour and an extroverted spirit. Together these characteristics provide a framework for accepting failure as an expected outcome in art practice and life. 

At a time when a sense of success, false or imagined, is projected from all directions; Instagram accounts, corporate branding and government slogans, Without Fail celebrates art that navigates anxious terrain with a philosophy of openness and stubborn optimism.

Image Credit: Matthew Harris, Painting, 2018, acrylic on linen, 91 x 61cm (detail).

Exhibitions at the Atrium  

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Overlooking

Fiona Morgan

Opening: Friday, 5 April, 6pm–8pm
Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 2 April – Sunday, 19 May

The design and implementation of Fiona Morgan’s wall works take inspiration from the architectural features against which they are displayed.

They draw upon sometimes overlooked design characteristics, illuminating their surroundings with colour and playfulness.

Image Credit: Fiona Morgan, Reflections, 2018, wall paint and acylic (on wall), 300 x 800cm. Photography by Christian Capurro.

Exhibitions at Boadle Hall Community Gallery  

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The Turn

Kym Maxwell and Ali McCann

Opening: Friday, 5 April, 6pm–8pm
Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 2 April – Sunday, 19 May

The Turn is a collaborative installation by Melbourne based artists and educators, Kym Maxwell and Ali McCann. 

Their readymade life-sized tableaux takes the form of a hypothetical education interior. The use of school furniture, didactics, and photographs culminate in a project that explores the education system through its aesthetics.

Image Credit: Ali McCann & Kym Maxwell, Concertina, 2019 (detail) laser print

Last updated: Monday, 25 March 2019, 12:55 AM