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Hedge-mony

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posted on 2006-01-01, 00:00 authored by Louise MorrisLouise Morris, T Smith, K Prins, A Hamilton
Hedge-mony was a site-specific visual performance involving the creation of a human maze involving 400+ performers including a large number of Deakin University students and alumni. The Red Cabbage Collective developed the work with the support of Next Wave for Festival 2006, the cultural festival of the Commonwealth Games. The Red Cabbage 'Hedges' were featured internationally in the Games advertising campaign 'See The Games We Play'.

History

Event

Commonwealth Games (18th : 2006 : Melbourne, Vic.)

Publisher

Next Wave

Location

Melbourne Museum

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic.

Start date

2006-03-26

End date

2006-03-26

Language

eng

Notes

The Red Cabbage Collective (Louise Morris, Tania Smith, Kirsten Prins and Anna Hamilton) are a group of performance makers who create site-specific work. As part of NEXT WAVE06 & the Youth Program for Commonwealth Games Festival Melbourne 2006, Red Cabbage Collective will be creating a human maze at the Melbourne Museum on Sunday 26th March, 2006 as part of the closing event. Hedge-Mony featured over 300 performers and crew and was performed to over 1,000 audience

Publication classification

J2 Minor original creative work; JL4 Live performance - Other

Copyright notice

2006, Red Cabbage Collective

Extent

1 live visual performance

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