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[Relaxed Sessions] MIRROR: New views on photography

11 November 2023, 9:00am10:00am
Location Victoria Gallery

Explore our exhibition MIRROR: New views on photography in a relaxed environment. 

Relaxed sessions are an opportunity for visitors who could benefit from a quieter exhibition experience to do so in a safe space with fewer people. This may include people with autism, disability, dementia, mental health or chronic illness conditions. All ages are welcome.  

A chill-out room with standard seating and beanbags will also be available. During the session, visitors can come in and out as needed.

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View the MIRROR sensory map.

About MIRROR: New views on photography

The exhibition showcases more than 140 photographs from the State Collection, alongside creative responses from emerging and established Victorian storytellers to tell fascinating tales of Victoria through a contemporary lens.  

Displayed in stunning immersive detail, the photos of Rennie Ellis, Viva Gibb, Helmut Newton and more combine with the words, performance and sounds of Alice Skye, Christos Tsiolkas, Jason Tamiru, Walter Kadiki and other storytellers to produce new narratives of Victorian people and places. 

Auslan is embedded throughout the exhibition, with the Library working closely with Deaf creative Walter Kadiki to provide immediate and equal access for the d/Deaf community. 


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MIRROR Sensory Map - Relaxed Sessions