Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

Digital Space: 20.11.20 – 27.03.21
Physical Exhibition: 16.01.21 - 27.03.21

Curated by Charlotte Christie

Artists: Xanthe Dobbie, IMMI (Kaspar Schmidt Mumm), Bhenji Ra as part of Club Ate with Justin Shoulder, Diego Ramirez, and Kaylene Whiskey




Somewhere in the multiverse, in a world not plagued by a pandemic, this exhibition has already opened at the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. All the artists were able to travel from interstate to the opening to celebrate. You happened to be in Melbourne at the time. A friend went with you and you both loved it, but agreed the cheese had been left out too long. In a further corner of the multiverse, the Earth was eaten by world devouring space spiders just minutes into the opening speeches. In another we are all manifestations of David Bowie and are working on other, more interesting projects.
            In this universe, due to the 2020 COVID-19 restrictions, the exhibition was transformed into a digital experience. It will still become a physical exhibition, installed at the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre in January 2021.
            As our multiverse continually expands, inflates, replicates and is reborn, so too will this project and online platform continue to evolve over the life of the exhibition; adapting and responding to the particular forces of space and time we find ourselves in.

Website design by Alexandra Margetic

This exhibition is presented by the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, funded by the City of Darebin.




BUNDOORA HOMESTEAD ART CENTRE 20.11.20–27.03.21


This exhibition acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which it was developed, the Wurundjeri and neighbouring Boonwurrung Peoples of the Kulin Nation, and pays respect to their Elders past and present. The project also acknowledges the complex history the Wurundjeri People have had with the Bundoora Homestead since it was built on their occupied land in 1899. Sovereignty was never ceded. In addition, the project acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Traditional Owners across the many lands of what is now known as Australia, and the many First Nations Traditional Owners on all the lands across the world where this website may be accessed and viewed.