Image: Tristan Jalleh & Corin Ileto, Maria’s Dream 2019, digital image from music video. Courtesy of the artists.


24 April 2020 - 7 June 2020


Artist(s): Angela Tiatia, Bridget Chappell + Patrick Hase, Corin Ileto + Tristan Jalleh, Felix ter Hedde + Hannah Hotker, Hannah Brontë, Louise Terra + Rachel Feery, Mohamed Chamas, Youjia Lu.

Location: Online

View the exhibition here.

HTTP.PARADISE is a virtual exhibition and immersive experience in digital realms. Presented via the Incinerator Gallery website, this exhibition explores positions in video art, music video and hypnotic moving images that imagine alternative visions for the future. During a time of physical distancing and global concerns of community health, HTTP.PARADISE connects radical narratives as a means to explore contemporary politics, autonomy, spirituality and identity. Within a dystopian present, the promise of paradise is questioned, paving way for social change and communal evolution, where we may empathetically and collectively engage through virtual worlds.

Video credit: HTTP.PARADISE trailer, 2020. Presented by Incinerator Gallery and Moonee Valley City Council. Videos courtesy of the artists. Music by Corin Ileto, 2019 ©.

Saturday 15 May, 2pm

Join Incinerator Gallery curator Jake Treacy and exhibiting artists for a virtual walk-through of the new online exhibition HTTP.PARADISE.

Presented via digital live-stream, this conversation will guide listeners through dystopian worlds, exploring contemporary politics, themes of identity, avatars, spirituality, and places where paradise is just beyond arms-reach. Considering a time of global health concern and physical distancing, these artists employ video art, music video, video gaming and moving image as a way to communicate larger issues and forge social connectivity.

This exhibition was conceived in response to the 2020 global health pandemic of coronavirus COVID-19. Considering the health and safety of community and the temporary closure of Incinerator Gallery, this exhibition is presented via the gallery website, and can be accessed here until 7 June 2020.

Register via Eventbrite here:

A link to the Zoom Virtual Meeting Room will be emailed to registered attendees prior to the meeting.