7 April - 30 April
House of Mirrors is a fascinating walk-through installation composed of a labyrinth of seemingly endless mirrors.
Created by Melbourne installation artists Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney, House Of Mirrors focuses on the darker side of altered perception playing with themes of uncertainty, thrill and paranoia.
Constructed with forty tonnes of steel and fifteen tonnes of mirrors, the bare basics installation relies on precise geometry and spatial design to lose yourself in endless reflections. No added gimmicks, no special effects and no special lighting. The primary ingredients are carefully arranged mirrors, geometry and pure optical illusion.
House Of Mirrors brings an authentic sense of amusement – a thrilling blend of delight and fear.
Getting out is an art.
7 - 30 April
2 – 9pm
Last entry 8.30pm
Easter Friday, Saturday & Sunday
10am – 10pm
Last entry 9.30pm
Tickets available only at
House of Mirrors ticket booth
in Rosalind Park.
Under 5 over 80 free
*No discounts apply
Rosalind Park, Bendigo
‘A BRILLIANT TWIST ON THE OLD FAIRGROUND CLASSIC’ - Daily Review
Exhibiting Culture series:
La Trobe Art Institute invites you to engage with the House of Mirrors in the context of art history, contemporary arts practice and design, social history,mathematics and science.
Programs in the Exhibition Culture Series:
Tuesday 18 April: House of Mirrors with artists Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney.
Thursday 20 April: The Origins of the Mirror Maze.
Monday 24 April: The Mystery of Mirrors.
Thursday 27 April: The Art of Mirrors.