Disorder Gallery




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Disorder Gallery presents a celebration of form, colour, shape, paper, print, paint, themes, subjects, stories and all things Disorder with D/O.35 Multifarious!

From October 16th - November 16th, Disorder Gallery is showcasing a rotating collection of artwork in any and every size and shape we can puzzle together into the enigmatic space behind Door 108.

Multifarious! presents a sample of the array of artwork in the Disorder Collection, an ever expanding catalogue of works from all over the world, alongside works of many emerging and established artists we’ve exhibited since first opening our doors on March 1st, 2017.

These works are available to take home as soon as they’re purchased, with many more waiting to go on display, so pick your favourite piece and take home your own little bit of Disorder today.

Opening Event

Thursday October 31st


Join us for a come-as-you-are celebration of D/O.35 Multifarious! and our ever growing Disorder Collection this all-hallows-eve, Thursday October 31st from 6-8pm at Disorder Gallery.


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Artist and arts educator, Dr. Mark Elliot-Ranken, comes to Disorder Gallery this June with his latest exhibition Threads.

“Suppose you came as an explorer into an unknown country with a language quite strange to you. In what circumstances would you say that the people there gave orders, understood them, rebelled against them and so on. The common behaviour of mankind is the system of reference by means of which we interpret an unknown language.”

- Ludwig Wittgenstein Philosophical Investigations

Wittgenstein's words inspired Mark Elliot-Ranken's latest series of abstracts, varied in scale, subject matter and in the unique approach of Mark's distinctive visual 'language'.

According to Mark “To do as Wittgenstein asks us to do, that is create or at least try and interpret that ‘unknown language’ especially in regard to the terrain of our inner world is to pick up the threads of our own self…that which makes ‘our-self’. Such a language is a tool for exploration rather than simply communication.”

Mark Elliot-Ranken's Threads opens Thursday June 6th from 6-8pm and runs through Saturday June 22nd at Disorder Gallery.

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