Shortly after opening my Deathgate exhibition I got contacted by the Editor in Chief of ‘Memoria’; a monthly publication distributed by the Auschwitz Memorial and Museum in Poland. It is a resource for Holocaust education, memorialisation and advocacy in the spirit of ‘never forgetting’ and ‘never again’. They have just published their latest issue, which features Deathgate, some reflection on the exhibition and an interview focussed on the work.

To access the publication online, click on the following link and scroll down to see my work on the cover. You can navigate through the pages of Memoria from that home-screen: http://auschwitz.org/en/

Personally, being approached by them is beyond anything I expected. It is such an honour and incredible motivator for future work and touring Deathgate.

Deathgate is open

After years of time, energy and planning, Deathgate; my largest project and exhibition to date, is open to the public for the first time.

The work is exhibiting from May 11 - June 8. Venue details follow:

The Goods Shed

Victoria Street (North end)

Toowoomba, QLD 4350

Parking available on site. Free entry. All welcome


Gallery Hours:

Wednesday – Sunday: 11 AM – 6 PM


Dan Elborne | danelborne@gmail.com


Deathgate installed at The Goods Shed, Toowoomba.

Photography: James Green.

Deathgate: May 11 - June 8

Fast approaching is my first showing of Deathgate; my largest work to date as the inaugural exhibition for Toowoomba’s newest exhibition space. The official opening is from 5:30PM on Saturday, May 11, 2019. This one really means a lot to me and all are welcome. Here’s the details followed by the poster for the exhibition:

Deathgate: A solo exhibition by Dan Elborne


The Goods Shed

Victoria Street (North end)

Toowoomba, QLD 4350

Parking available on site. Overflow parking on Railway Street.

Free entry | All welcome


May 11, 2019 – June 8, 2019 | Official opening: Saturday, May 11, 2019. Doors at 5:30 PM

Ordinary Opening Hours:

Wednesday – Sunday: 11 AM – 6 PM

Deathgate poster.jpg

Poster photograph: James Green.

Background photograph by Alec Shultz.