Currently closed for installation

Opening hours

Wednesday—Saturday, 12–5pm
Nicholas Buildling, Level 3, Room 23
37 Swanston Street Melbourne 3000

Due to the extraordinary situation caused by COVID-19, Discordia had suspended its exhibitions and daily activities from July 8th 2020. We have resumed exhibitions in our physical space and welcome patrons to view our current exhibition
by Lucy Zaroyko.

We are also excited to announce the wonderful reception of our most recent presentation at Discordia The Knees and Ankles of a Landlord a solo exhibition by Nick Modrzewski. Modrzewski show was featured on KubaParis .

As things develop in these coming months we will try our best to faciliate exhibition production and discourse through our platform. We have an exciting selection of exhibtions forthcoming in the new year including Tully Moore, Gabriel Cole & Victoria Todorov.

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About Discordia

Discordia is a Melbourne-based platform for contemporary art and discourse.
Founded in 2020, Discordia seeks to establish an experimental venue for the arts; convening, exhibiting, and supporting critical voices of contemporary artists and practitioners within Australia.

Self-organised and largely self-funded Discordia is decidedly removed from reliance on dependency lines that restrict artists and practitioners from participating in the nexus of art presentations and discourse. With an ongoing interest in empowering practitioners, Discordia provides exhibitions to artists at no cost on a case by case basis, embracing resolution through method, outcomes through trial and happening.

Our exhibition programme is largely produced on Kulin Nation land. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the first and continuing custodians of this land, and pay respect to their Elders and Ancestors.


Founder and Director Elizabeth McInnes
Assistant Curator Elle Ross
Website by Jack Loel