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While we’ve been checking out art IRL again for some time it’s still exciting — and now even more so with Yayoi Kusama gracing us with another of her dazzling installations: Narcissus Garden. The famous mirror balls, which first exhibited at the 1966 Venice Biennale, is taking a tour through three Sydney Living Museums (SLM) locations, showing at Museum of Sydney, Vaucluse House and Elizabeth Bay House (for SLM members only) right up till the end of May. So, you’ll have ample opportunity to see it.

Kasuma’s piece provokes questions of history, identity, cultural belonging and reflection. So, fittingly, it kicks off SLM’s 2021 theme of ‘Reflections on Identity.’ The work is less in the vein of…



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