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OIGÅLL PROJECTS is a Gallery exhbition and event space located on Wurundjeri land at 122 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne (Naarm).

The gallery produces and host exhibitions, events and launches, celebrating and showcasing some of Melbournes best creative talents.

The versatile space presents a blank canvas for cyclical reinvention in collaboration with local creatives, unbound by history nor convention.


Pronounced ‘Oi-gul’ the project is named in honour of the late Gertrude Spilsbury aka Oigåll (1926 - 2018).

“Always highly creative, she never held back and gave everything a go. The combination of her attitude and the space being located on Gertrude Street – it just felt like the project had to be an homage to her.”

    – Mitchell Zurek, Designer and Director



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FAUX PAS,
Exhibition

New Assemblage is pleased to present Faux Pas, an exhibition of finely crafted objects by designers,artists and makers from across Australia as part of the Craft Contemporary Satellite Program 2021. Exhibition works span an array of disciplines including, furniture, lighting, ceramics and glasswork.

Featuring works by;
Bootleg Studio,BRUD STUDIA, Peta, Berghofer, Jay Jermyn, Georgia Weitenburg, Invention Collection, Tess Pirrie, Lawn Bowls, Jordan Mitchell-Fletcher, Misseu, Cordon Salon, THOMAS MAXAM, Real Non-Real, Jordan Fleming

Photography by;
Kevin Cheung
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Alexander Brown
Oct 29 - Nov 11, 2021
Refractions,
Exhibition

Refractions is a collection of works by multidisciplinary artist Alexander Brown.

Communicated across four series of objects, refractions is a study of ephemeral moments of light play encountered within our built environment. The exhibited works stem from an interest in how an accidental product of sincere elements can perform to an individual a momentary glimpse of rare visual wonder in an otherwise meaningless context.

The Individual pieces take an existing practice of working with elementary techniques to examine these momentary glimpses of wonder and has the intention of engineering permanence. An ephemeral moment of light play can be thought of as a relationship between repetition, material and timing. The exhibition intends on translating this formula through permanent object whilst protecting and embracing the value of the momentary.

Photography by;
Annika Kafcaloudis
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