Welcome to Into-Me-See, a photographic documentary of Australian performance ensemble, BoilOver's, standout performance of Into-Me-See.
Based on the nine lives of the ensemble members, Into-Me-See invites viewers to be swept away on a gypsy slapstick adventure and see into the light and shade of quirky individual storylines, alter egos and intimate emotional worlds.

This exhibition features original images by Sunbury based photographer Matt Gleeson, who beautifully captures the performers' inner worlds and their characters in action - with a dramatic edge that celebrates the talents of artists with a disability and the contribution they make to contemporary performance.

Into-Me-See, a play on the word 'Intimacy', was presented at the Bowery Theatre in St. Albans, Victoria, in 2018 and after much success it was programmed at the famous Melba Speigeltent at Circus Oz for the Melbourne Fringe Festival in 2019.

BoilOver wish to acknowledge and pay respects to the Elders, families and forebears of the Wurundjeri tribe of the Kulin Nation who are the custodians of the land on which this performance was created and where the original exhibition took place - the Hume Global Learning Centre Gallery, Sunbury.

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About Hume Galleries

Hume Galleries are three unique gallery spaces run by Hume City Council (Victoria Australia):
Gee Lee-Wik Doleen Gallery - Craigieburn Global Learning Centre
(75-95 Central Park Avenue, Craigieburn 3064)
Town Hall Gallery - Town Hall Broadmeadows
(10 Dimboola Road, Broadmeadows 3047)
Sunbury Gallery - Sunbury Global Learning Centre
(44 Macedon St, Sunbury 3429)
Further information visit http://hume.vic.gov.au/exhibitions

(image credit: Elly-Louise Tyquin - Release, 2020)

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