Videophilia: a walking exhibition

Channels Festival 2019
The Embrace PIlar Mata Dupont part of Videophilia
Still image from The Embrace (이상적인 포옹) (2013) by Pilar Mata Dupont. Single-channel High Definition digital video 5:04 minutes colour, sound

Project QUAD presents Videophillia: a walking exhibition, a curated program showcasing video art by seven Australian artists in various spaces along Flinders Lane.

Selected by Project QUAD, seven video works are presented in non-traditional exhibition spaces including shopfronts, restaurants and hotels along one of Melbourne’s busiest laneways. You are invited to wander Flinders Lane and immerse yourself in a program of diverse and visually engaging video works. This collection of local, emerging and established Australian artists sits outside the gallery space, in the windows and on the walls of everyday spaces, waiting to be discovered.

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Project QUAD is the brainchild of Melbourne-based Madeline Sharrock and Stephanie Pirrie. An independent curatorial practice that aims to work across diverse platforms including exhibitions, events and commercial businesses. Project QUAD encourages public collaboration with contemporary Australian artists.

Videophilia is curated by Project QUAD and generously supported by Scene Change.