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A Tra$hy Dreamland at Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre

City of Greater Dandenong < 1 mins read
Moon Girle, Trash God's Abode (detail), 2021, Found and donated materials, Photo Chris Bowes.

You are invited to participate in this fun and immersive installation by artist Moon Girle. The latest exhibition at Dandenong's Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre.
Engage with the community through self-reflection, mass production and ethical ways of reusing broken and unwanted objects. Explore this reflective space and foster important conversations about the environment and cultural diversity. Through play, collaboration and interaction let your creativity shine. The artwork encourages you to connect and reflect on the community’s nostalgic dreams through a unique sensory experience. 

Exhibition dates: Tuesday 19 March - Saturday 8 June

Join artist Moon Girle for the opening celebration to unveil her playful installation on Tuesday 19 March, 6pm-8pm.

A special closing event celebration will take place on Saturday 8 June 4pm-6pm when participants will have the opportunity to re-home some of the objects that form the installation.  

About the artist

Caity Girle (Moon Girle) is a multidisciplinary artist, eager to find magic in the mundane. Her acute eye for detail helps her craft installations, sculptures, paintings, soundscapes, and textiles. Her explorations into methods and materials are forever in a state of flux; her one constant is colour. Caity collects objects that are re-imagined into new forms. Her work is pulled between physical reality and her imagination, aesthetically textural and vibrant, which evolves as she makes. Right now, her interactive and grandiose structures, attempt to hold the essence of ‘home’ and ‘nomadism’. She intends to enable acts of 'exchange' between the communities’ participants allowing space for self-awareness and reflection, in a fun and engaging way. 

Visit to find out more.

Eliza Britton 
T 8571 5153 | M 0403 648 636 | E 


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