The Borderless Gandhi project is launched with the exhibition "Mahatma in me" by Delhi based artist Vibhor Sogani, where several exhibits produced in stainless steel will be installed in Elizabeth Quay.

The exhibition reflects the inward qualities we all carry with us and each installation humbly aims to provoke self-realisation through making you stop and reflect for a moment.

Perth residents will be the first to see the exhibition, showcasing Mahatma Gandhi's values of peace, equality, and nonviolence free of charge.

The exhibit will be located on the arbour in front of the Bell Tower at Barrack Street Jetty.

When

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Where

Barrack Street Jetty

Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street and Riverside Drive, Perth, WA, 6000

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