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A Black and White Night

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Esther Anatolitis

Crowd behaviour is not an accident of large-scale sited events and White Night Melbourne could do better.

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About the author

Esther Anatolitis is Director of Regional Arts Victoria and co-curator of Architecture+Philosophy.