Winter Mountain Pass Image

Past Exhibition

An Exhibition by Annie Murray

Tuesday 22 March – Thursday 28 July 
• During opening hours • CS Gallery (193-201 Caroline Springs Boulevard, Caroline Springs)

Dis-Repair is a multi-sensory augmented reality exhibition by emerging artist Annie Murray, taking us into dystopian worlds full of empathy in the face of calamity. Responding to the collective experience of unprecedented change, Dis-Repair reflects on loss and isolation while reaching for hope and reconnection. Accompanied by an original score by Paul Fletcher, and narration by actor Tom Richards, this skilfully animated exhibition invites us to seek redemption in our communal experience of difficulty. 

Prepare for Your Visit

For the full exhibition experience, download the Artivive app and view the artworks through your mobile device. You can download the app for free from Google Play or from Apple App Store during or ahead of your visit. We also recommend bringing headphones!

Parental Guidance Recommended

It is recommended that people under 15 years old are guided by carers or parents while viewing this exhibition. Some artwork contains adult themes.


About the Artist

Annie Murray is an animator, projectionist, experiential film maker interested in creating playful and absurd artworks by integrating new technologies. Among other projects, Annie is currently a producer and programmer for the Melbourne International Animation Festival, an artist in residence at Elwood College for Regional Arts Victoria and was a recipient of the 2020 Large Creative Grant from Maribyrnong Council. She has partnered with health and arts organisations to engage communities in animated storytelling. 



Image: Annie Murray, 'Winter Mountain Pass', 2021, hand drawn digital print embedded with 3D augmented reality animation and audio.