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VS02: Team #1 - john so arbitary
— May 23, 2008
A parody on public perception of public office and Melbourne's Lord Mayor. Created by Team #1 for the second OPEN CHANNEL VIDEO SLAM, Appropriate Original, Arts Law Week 2008.
VS02: Team #2 - So Hard
— May 24, 2008
A parody on action film trailers featuring Melbourne's Lord Mayor, John So. Created by Team #2 for the second OPEN CHANNEL VIDEO SLAM 02: Appropriate Original, Arts Law Week 2008.
Urban Renewal + Revitalisation: A Tale of Two Cities
Architects for Peace
— July 23, 2009
A presentation by Dr Maree Pardy for Architects for Peace.
Earth Hour 2010 Melbourne
— April 09, 2010
On Saturday 27 March 2010, couple hours before the Earth Hour, people of Melbourne got together in Federation Square for the screening of "Home", a documentary by Yann Arthus-Bertrand featuring unique footage from over 50 countries, seen from the air. Then at 8.30 pm, we watched the Melbourne City skyline go "lights off" for an hour. Other entertainment for the night was provided by Hissy Loco on ukulele and fire twirling by Concentrate.
Climate Change Rally, Melbourne, 7 August 2010
— August 16, 2010
I took my camera to a rally on the steps of Parliament. The rally was supported by the Climate Emergency Network and Beyond Zero Emissions. Also by the Melbourne University Climate Action Working Group. Adam Bandt (Greens candidate for the marginal Labor/Greens seat of Melbourne spoke.)
Cop It Sweet - Occupy Melbourne
— October 30, 2011
Over 1000 people marched from the State Library of Victoria to Treasury Gardens on 29th October 2011 as part of the ongoing Occupy Melbourne protests. Our boys and girls in blue were on the streets again, dodging criticism for the use of brutal strong arm tactics against the public when evicting the Occupy Melbourne protest from City Square on the 21st of October. The police were out in force to protect the people of Melbourne from other people of Melbourne who were undertaking dangerous activities such as walking, gathering in parks, and utilising public spaces to discuss capitalism, democracy and corporate greed.
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