Australian photographers Caroline McLean-Foldes and Mim Stirling share a fascination and love of Japanese culture, which the pair explores in two separate bodies of work that are on exhibition at Arthere, Sydney. In “Wonderland – Through the Looking Glass” Caroline McLean-Foldes draws on Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderful to present an allegorical exploration of Japanese culture in the context of Japan as a “realm of magical landscapes and spirits”.
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