Alternate Realities Exhibition Continues...

Image showing two people wearing headphones, sat on stools underneath a large half dome. Inside the dome, images of creatures, sea life and detritus is projected.
Image Credit: Anh Do (LaLune)

Our Alternate Realities Exhibition at Site Gallery continues until Sunday 16 July. The exhibition showcases innovative non-fiction and immersive documentary in all forms. Free and open to all to attend, come along and experience something new!

Opening times:

11am to 5pm - Tuesday to Saturday

11am to 4pm – Sunday

Closed on Monday

Travel Information can be found here:


The Artworks

A Colônia Luxemburguesa

In this interactive web documentary, Luxembourg-Brazilian maker Dominique Santana asks whether the movement of hundreds of Luxembourgish migrants to Brazil 100 years ago was a success story.


A South Asian Queer Pamphlet

An interactive web installation in which each participant creates a unique experience based on letters chosen from a theory-linked queer alphabet.

Content Guidance: contains nudity.



This non-linear, interactive docu-music album aims to help destigmatize mental illness by allowing the user to journey through the mind of an individual with bipolar disorder.

Content Guidance: contains discussions around mental health issues.


Dancing with Dead Animals

Animation artist Maarten Isaäk de Heer 3D scans and reanimates all the dead creatures encountered over one spring and summer to create a surreal and non-malevolent danse macabre in a 360 dome.

Content Guidance: contains nudity and images of dead animals.


Galup VR Experience

Aboriginal Elder Doolann-Leisha Eatts presents an oral history about a massacre of Noongar people at Lake Monger, Western Australia, in this 360 documentary.

Content Guidance: contains references to racism and death.



The installation triptych Kiss/Crash employs AI-generated imagery and representation to explore themes of loneliness, desire and intimacy in the digital age.

Presented in association with +RAIN Film Fest

Content Guidance: contains nudity and sexual content.


Missing Pictures

Missing Pictures is a five-part VR series where acclaimed filmmakers Abel Ferrara, Tsai Ming-liang, Catherine Hardwicke, Lee Myung-se and Naomi Kawase tell us about the film they didn’t get to make.

Content Guidance: contains scenes with flashing images.


Mrs Benz

Discover the untold story of Bertha Benz, in her workshop in late 19th-century Germany, and witness the birth of the world's first motorcar.


No Place But Here

This 360 VR documentary presents stories from the residents of Cissie Gool House, a previously disused Cape Town hospital, who live there to avoid being displaced from the area they call home.


Surfacing / Affiorare

This virtual reality documentary takes the viewer on an immersive 360° journey through the daily life of mothers and children living in prisons and custodial institutions.



Explore the wonders of a forest ecosystem through augmented reality.  


Wonders: The Great Pyramids (A Fortnite Island)

The Great Pyramids uses Unreal Editor for Fortnite to faithfully recreate Giza during the 4th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt within the world's biggest game.

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