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AFL stars strung up in rope at the NGV

Lord Murray Schoorman
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Lord Murray Schoorman owns Peak Hour Images, a media production/photography business based in St Kilda, Victoria. He specialises in red carpet and celebrity events. Peak Hour Images also has a TV production arm specialising in both LIVE and pre-recorded broadcasting services. Lord Murray is also a long-standing member of the Melbourne Press Club and The National Press Club of Australia. In November 2013 Lord Murray Schoorman was appointed a position on the committee of the Fitzroy Street Trader's Association & at the 2014 AGM he was promoted into the position of Vice President of the association. He proudly held this position for over 3 years, working closely with the major events department of the City of Port Phillip. Little known fact; Murray is also a qualified senior firefighter with over 13 years experience on the frontline of high profile international motorsport.
Five Australian Rules football players were strung up in the Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria last Sunday 5 June 2022 as part of RISING, Melbourne’s premiere winter arts festival taking over the city in a celebration of art, music, performance, and food until 12 June 2022.

afl stars strung up in rope at the ngv

Still Lives: Melbourne by ropework artists Luke George and Daniel Kok captured an iconic AFL football moment in time. Players transformed into living sculptures, recreating the 2011 mark of the year by AFL legend Andrew Krakouer (Minang and Inggarda).

Former AFL player Jasper Pittard (North Melbourne, Port Adelaide) and LGBTQI advocate Jason Ball with Jim Marks, Annie Mack and Simona Castricum were bound by rope for this performance installation, brought the players into the air over the course of the afternoon.

afl stars strung up in rope at the ngv

Andrew Krakouer took home the 2011 Mark of the Year award for his spectacular high mark for Collingwood against Adelaide in Round 9 of that year, leaping over Adelaide’s Luke Thompson to claim the long left foot kick from Magpie Dale Thomas.

Images by Tim Carrafa supplied by NGV

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