Showcasing the work of ten Melbourne-based photographic artists, Mirror Mirror explores the notion of contemporary self-portraiture in society with themes drawing from politics, fantasy and ideas of identity, both cultural and sexual. The works are designed to push boundaries, raise questions and create new conversations about age-old topics of gender equality, conservatism, authority and religion.
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