pvi collective
unveil a new work, tiny revolutions, in a world premiere from October 15 to November 2 at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA).

tiny revolutions is a public residency-based project that responds to the current global feeling of anxiety and helplessness by offering a series of tiny responses to some of the world’s major challenges. Members of the public are invited to submit an issue that causes them to worry, and then select a playful tactic with which to respond to the challenge.

The Millennium Project has identified 15 global challenges for humanity, and we have a variety of different ways to respond and bring attention to each one. The general public can then take part in a THINK tank session to brainstorm ways to respond to the challenges, or sign up to join an elite tactical art response unit to DO some of the actions the think tank generates.

Co-artistic director Steve Bull shared his excitement about the new work. “I’m really excited to be premiering this work at PICA and have the time to think, discuss and respond to epic issues we’re facing. I’m particularly fired up by the challenge to pvi of making lots of quick responsive works and their potential positive impact.”

pvi collective’s tiny revolutions runs at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts from Tuesday, October 15 until Saturday, November 2. Click here for tickets, and click here for more information about tiny revolutions.

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