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Hedge-mony. A silent mass of hedges, made up of over 400 performers, will converge to create a vast army of foliage, forming a maze you can enter (if you dare). Hedge-mony is a visual spectacle that questions the notion of hierarchies and systems of power. A beautiful, faceless force will inhabit a public space to create a self-contained world oblivious to its audience's reality and surrounds. A sea of green will engulf an autumn Sunday at this unique performance event.

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Supported by Red Cabbage, the Australia Council for the Arts, the Melbourne Museum, Auspicious Arts

Date: 26 March
Time: 1:30pm - 2:15pm, 3:15pm - 4:00pm, & 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Melbourne Museum Plaza, Nicholson St Carlton

Image: Red Cabbage, Hedge-mony, 2005
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