In a new exhibition at Melbourne’s Monash Gallery of Art – Dreams and Imagination: Light in the Modern City – curator Melissa Miles has selected a diverse range of artists and images through which to explore what she terms “the myths that surround light in the history of Australian photography”. Miles, who is an Associate Professor at Monash University, has come to this exhibition through her larger research project into Australian light and photography.
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