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Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney

House of Mirrors

Don’t miss the North American premiere of House of Mirrors, an optical adventure for all ages, where nothing is quite what it seems and getting out is an art.

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NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE


From Narcissus to Alice, reflections have fascinated and intrigued us throughout the ages. 

House of Mirrors is a reality-bending, sensory-altering, mind-dizzying experience that has enchanted audiences across the southern hemisphere. Sitting at over 12.5ft and weighing in at over 55 tonnes, this reflective wonder makes its North American debut, taking Toronto by storm, simultaneously mesmerizing, disorienting and delighting Luminato audiences.  

Optical illusions meet vanity in this house-sized kaleidoscope where reflections are fragmented: shadow, ghost, stranger, or is it just you? Nothing is what it seems as you stumble around thousands of bewildering reflections.  

Seeing is believing…or is it? 

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Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney

House of Mirrors

Don’t miss the North American premiere of House of Mirrors, an optical adventure for all ages, where nothing is quite what it seems and getting out is an art.

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Reviews

“Joyously fun”
– The Sydney Morning Herald
“Luminato Festival's House of Mirrors stands apart for the way it uniquely reconfigures the world around it.”
– NOW Magazine
“There’s a whiff of nostalgia to the enterprise, the labyrinth a throwback to the sort of funhouse, predigital magic that relied solely on optical tricks.”
– The Globe and Mail