KINGS Artist-Run


Open 12-5pm Thursday, Friday, Saturday

69 Capel Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003

Disability Access: KINGS Artist-Run is a wheelchair accessible venue. Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair accessible toilet. Please contact the gallery with any access requirements and we will endeavour to support your visit.

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Kings Artist-Run provides a location for contemporary art practice, supporting distinctive experimental projects by artists at all stages of their careers.
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KINGS Artist-Run acknowledges the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate.

We offer our respect to Elders both past and present and extend this offer to all Australian First Nations people.

Artist Interviews: Collaboration with un Projects, SEVENTH Gallery, Bus Projects and TCB Art Inc.

Alex Cuffe
Alex Hobba
Beatrice Rubio-Gabriel
Briony Galligan
Dale Collier
Ellen Yeong Gyeong Son
Jordan Halsall
Kate ten Buuren
Marley Holloway-Clarke
Zara Sully (aka Zara Sullivan)

01 June 2020–20 December 2020

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, artist previews and texts, we seek to maintain the important dialogue generated by their rich programs and projects. Now as much as ever, artistic and cultural discourse is vital in keeping us connected and engaged.


Briony Galligan in Conversation with Alex Cuffe


Jordan Halsall in Conversation with Alex Hobba


Ellen Yeong Gyeong Son in Conversation with Zara Sully (aka Zara Sullivan)


Kate ten Buuren in Conversation with Marley Holloway-Clarke


Beatrice Rubio-Gabriel in Conversation with Dale Collier:

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  • Briony Galligan (born lutruwita Tasmania) is from an English/Irish settler background and lives on Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung Country. Briony works with physical interior architectures, using theatrical and architectural elements such as backdrops, curtains, screens, sculpture and costume, to question the limits of what can be controlled within ‘logical’ hegemonic social orders. Her work is often situated in personal and art histories – working with materials from community museums such as the Australian Queer Archives and sites including horse stables, public parks and hospital wards – forming an interplay between these structures and bodily experience. Collaboratively, Briony makes artwork with Mel Deerson, teaches sessionally at Monash and VCA and worked with TCB collective (2017-21).