Inverted crosses in Hobart for Dark Mofo

In 2018, as part of the annual Dark Mofo winter festival in Hobart, several large red crosses, known as the Cross of Saint Peter, were erected in prominent positions around the waterfront. Inverted crosses are used as a symbol of the anti-Christ and many in the local Christian community expressed offence at the 20-metre-high art installations. This photo was taken at Mawson's Square outside the Marine Board Building in Hobart.

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