Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse and Curiocity Brisbane
deviator has been cancelled to meet the Federal Government’s directive on limiting non-essential mass gatherings to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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As a performing arts venue, we rely heavily on income from ticket sales, venue hire bookings and overall visitation to the precinct. The prospect of cancelling multiple shows will have a significant impact on the organisation. If you can support us by donating even a small amount to the Brisbane Powerhouse Foundation, your generosity will be greatly appreciated at this time.
We thank you for your understanding and patience during this unprecedented situation.
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Are you ready to play?
Join an immersive, outdoor game with a smartphone guide to temporarily transform an area outside Brisbane Powerhouse into a playground.
Adapted on-site with a team of local artists, deviator activates philosophies around revolution, positioning ‘games’ as a potential trigger to alter the official narratives of place. As a deviator, your mission is to seek out and activate 15 audio instructions and play as many of the games as possible.
Games are scored on difficulty and range from activities such as guerrilla pole dancing and ring-a-ring-a-roses, to spin the bottle and Twister. Each game encourages players to explore their public space in a new way and deviate from the norm.
pvi collective are a tactical media arts group who
produce interdisciplinary artworks that disrupt everyday life. Their artwork
aims to affect audiences on a personal and political level and is geared
towards instigating tiny revolutions.
During the past decade, pvi has played to over 250,000
people, devised and performed 38 major works, instigated over 60 tactical
interventions, featured in 15 national and international exhibitions, toured to
over 45 renowned venues and festivals.
pvi collective will be working in collaboration with Griffith University’s BA acting students to deliver this exciting experience.