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Scoop Fringe Images: Excess, Loonesco

Scoop Fringe Images: Excess, Loonesco

Photos by Lyndon Hood


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Excess
Gait Productions
Inner City Wellington
14, 18, 21, 25, 28 Feb, 4 Mar
9am-6pm

The blurb for Excess encourages us to "Enjoy the visual symphony of suitcases as an installation and as a movement of energy through the streets of Wellington".

Scoop caught Excess in installation mode above Civic Square on the 18th.


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Loonesco
3 Shades
Around Wellington
11, 18, 25 Feb
1pm (2-4 hours)

While photographing Excess, Scoop's concentration was broken by a 'farmer' and his 'dog' herding a small flock of 'sheep' across the City to Sea Bridge.


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