Panel discussion: APHIDS DESTINY

Sat 11 Dec 2021

This is a past program.
Level 6, Cardigan House Car Park 96 Grattan Street, Carlton VIC 3053


Wheelchair access available. Video recording of the panel discussion will be available with Auslan interpretation and closed captioning on ACCA’s website after the event.

ACE Parking provides $5 flat rate parking. Pedestrian entrance on Grattan Street.


Please contact ACCA if you have any further queries about access and this event. Call 03 9697 9999 or email

Join us for a panel discussion on Melbourne-based collective APHIDS’ new moving-image work DESTINY with artist Eugenia Lim, and worker-performers Cher Tan and Wasay, moderated by Amelia Wallin. DESTINY 2021 is a moving-image work made in collaboration with on-demand or ‘gig economy’ workers – rideshare drivers, food delivery riders and cleaners – exploring personal and global experiences of the platform economy.

DESTINY will be screened on loop throughout the day from 2–10pm.
Read more about DESTINY here »

This event will be recorded and made available as a podcast.

APHIDS is a long-standing experimental arts organisation, currently led by artists and co-directors Eugenia Lim, Lara Thoms and Mish Grigor. Collaborative, feminist, intersectional and future-focused, the work of APHIDS brings artists into meaningful exchange with audiences through performance, critical dialogue and unpredictable encounters in the public realm.

Supported by:

The work has been made possible by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative; the Australia Council for the Arts, its funding and advisory body, The City of Melbourne through its Triennial Grants program 2018-2020, Creative Victoria through its Organisation Investment Program.

APHIDS would also like to acknowledge the generous funding and support from partners: RISING Festival; Centre of Visual Art, The University of Melbourne; Australian Centre for Contemporary Art; West Space; Trades Hall and MPavilion.


This event takes place on the 6th floor, which is accessible from the street and car park by lift. The pedestrian entrance via Grattan Street has a ramp. Seating provided. The panel discussion will be Auslan interpreted. $5 all day parking is available onsite at the Cardigan House carpark from levels 1-5. Tram and bus access are in close proximity on Swanston St. The nearest public toilets are located at 10 Argyle Pl N, Carlton. Please contact ACCA if you have any further queries about access and this event 03 9697 9999 or