This month we play dress ups and recreate iconic images from Melbourne’s past with Double Take, Melbourne Fringe Festival’s 30th anniversary keynote project. Creative producer Neal Harvey tells us more.
Tell us about Double Take, how can we get involved?
Photo booths will be out on the streets in the first few weeks of September. Pop in and select an old photo from our Double Take album and recreate it with our team. We’ll have a series of day long exhibitions of the newly created photos, street side, in the communities where they were created.
What can we expect from these photoshoots?
The photoshoots will be very informal and a lot of fun. It’s a project for anyone to be a part of so we’re encouraging families, share houses, visitors and all of Melbourne to come down.
Do you have a favourite image?
Miss Dorothy Gladstone’s dance class rehearsing in the Flinders St Station ballroom, it would be great to recreate that!
Photo booths will be in City Square, Melbourne and the City of Stonnington throughout September.