The Reclamation of Terra: Anarchy for Change by Teague Leigh is a multimedia, multisensory visual arts exhibition.

The Opening Night Gala will see multiple diverse LGBTQIA+ performers and allies entertain audiences, as well as free finger food and refreshments, all in the name of community unity and reversing climate devastation.

Teague Leigh is an autistic queer trans man from planets unknown, currently residing in Naarm. Once upon a time he was anthologised in various literary works and performed his erotic spoken words around the country. Now due to various acquired disabilities he is a landscape photographer, letting his art speak for him whilst celebrating the environment he loves.

Nature has always been a great source of calmness for Teague and being diagnosed with autism in adulthood, it makes total sense that being in a void of constant assault is healing. For many, getting away or simply sitting in green spaces is a rejuvenating tonic. Teague is invested in saving these dwindling pockets of nature as they help him live his life as a functioning member of society. What shall become of us if nature is stripped away? How shall we regain equilibrium and contribute to society?

This is an Auslan interpreted event. Audio descriptions for visual arts provided on Soundcloud. An access page has been created on the tlwvision website. Relaxed Performance event - come and go as you desire. As a surprise on the night, there will also be a sensory canvas for audience members to touch.

Event Access

Audio descriptions for all artworks are available on Soundcloud, through your own listening devices:
Seating will be set up for access. Please arrive early to secure your seating.
Auslan interpretation of the performance sections of the Gala Opening 25th Jan.
Relaxed performance. Event is upstairs in the Hammond Room. Downstairs will be quiet.
Lift available to all.
Ramp access through a security gate, please advise front desk you require entry as the gate must remain locked as it is also attached to the Hospital.
All reading material at 16pt+ (except for individual art description cards and detail cards for the free finger food).
All access features can be found through the event listing. There is a link at the bottom of the page:

Venue Access

For single disability parking space closest to venue and accessible public transport options, please see the event listing. There is a link at the bottom of the page:

Please contact the Gallery if you have any follow up questions.
Phone: 03 9662 1484

Event type

by Deaf and/or disabled artists

Find out more

For bookings and information on specific access and transport.

Kari Lyon
Gallery Manager


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