19 August – 4 September
‘An allegory is a form of fiction that represents immaterial things. It’s a narrative that seems to be about one thing but is actually about something else. It differs from a metaphor, which endeavours to equate two seemingly unrelated things. Confusingly, allegory can be regarded as a form of extended metaphor in that things described in a narrative relate to meanings that lie out the narrative itself.’
Level 1, 386-388 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
Hours: 12pm – 6pm, Wednesday – Sunday
Entry is free and the gallery is also open to proposals for future exhibitions.