Events

Throughout the duration of the project we’ll be hosting free live gigs and art events. They’ll usually only be announced just prior to commencing and capacity is strictly limited, so keep a keen eye on here, our newsletter and on our socials.

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Installation

Yandell Walton’s ‘End Passage’

Every night 5.30pm – 12am, until Sunday September 12

Platypus Alley

Yandell Walton is an artist whose work encompasses projection, installation, and digital media that meld architectural space with the digital image. Walton has become recognised for her immersive installations that merge the actual with the virtual to investigate notions of impermanence in relation to environmental, social and political issues.

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Natty Solo’s ‘In Every Dream Home a Heart Ache’

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Corrs Lane

Part winter wonderland, part environmental horror show, 'In Every Dream Home a Heart Ache' is an allegorical ready-made of hard rubbish playhouses destined for landfill, repurposed to consider the idealisation of suburban life, throw-away society and the ecological impact of aspirational toys.

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Gosia Wlodarczak Drawing Performance

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The Royal Arcade

'Frost and Shadow Drawing for the City of Melbourne; Drawing Performance with the Modus Operandi in Contagion' is a 21-day performance drawing and installation by Melbourne artist Gosia Wlodarczak. Watch Gosia at work on the glass facade and internal space of shop 8-10, in the city's historic Royal Arcade.

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Laughing Gear perform ‘Freak Lemons’ live

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Corrs Lane

Laughing Gear’s debut album 'Freak Lemons' is a formidable collection of cutting-edge dystopian synth punk and incisive socio-political commentary, delivered with an acid tongue and a wry sense of gallows humour. A finely honed ‘80s pop sensibility is mixed with heavy doses of analogue synth worship and punk rock antagonism, while the history of underground music is slyly referenced. Don't miss this very special free performance, and be sure to check out Natty Solo’s large scale installation on site on the night.

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Gig

Big Yawn perform ‘Pressure Acts’ live

Saturday November 6

Location TBA soon

Melbourne quartet Big Yawn make experimental electronic music by fusing a wash of sweeping synthesizers, heavily refracted vocal sampling, motorik style percussion and disorientating dub FX. The band takes musical inspiration from artists like Hiroshi Sato, Hype Williams, DJ Nigga Fox, Shinichi Atobe and many more.

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Jake Blood performs ‘PRIX’ live

Friday November 19

Location TBA soon

Jake Blood began DJing in Melbourne’s seediest night spots in 2006 under various aliases. Refining a record collection as time went on, Blood began sourcing classifieds for second hand drum machines, slowly building a techno rig. In 2010, he started playing improvised sets at Melbourne’s hottest late-night clubs, pushing drum-heavy psychedelic acid techno.

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Brixx performs ‘Conversion Therapy’ live

Friday October 8

Location TBA soon

Brixx is a producer, composer and DJ influenced by cult cinema, new beat, EBM, post-punk and techno. Her music is underpinned by a darkness that slowly bubbles to the surface, acting as a lens through which to explore the human condition.

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Jalang perform ‘Santau’ live

Friday June 18

The Curtin

Jalang (formerly Lái) play fast-paced and danceable D-beat punk, propelling the band’s ferocious vocals into the face of the listener. Vocalist Alda’s lyrics are delivered in Bahasa Indonesia and English, engaging with both her own and collective narratives that explore politics, religion, feminism and queer rights in South East Asia, and the diaspora in so-called Australia.

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