Talk: gaming the revolution
An illustrated lecture by pvi collective (Australia)
As part of a creative development exchange between pvi collective, Drama Box and Teater Ekamatra
disobedience rules: the policy edition, pvi collective 2018. Photo by Zan Wimberley.
16 Nov 2018
7.30pm – 9pm
Greymatter, Teater Ekamatra (Aliwal Arts Centre, #02-10)
Free, with registration
This is a very special opportunity to hear directly from co-founders of pvi collective Kelli McCluskey and Steve Bull as they give personal insights into their working process, interest in game theory and key driving forces behind the company’s performance, video and intervention art practice.
Kelli and Steve will be in Singapore in November on a creative development exchange with members of Drama Box and Teater Ekamatra exploring the thematic of survival strategies post a global economic collapse.
Additionally, Kelli and Steve are also conducting a one-day workshop for art practitioners, that looks to consider creative approaches to navigating contentious political subject matter through the lens of participatory play and site-responsive actions.
About pvi collective
Founded in 1998 and based in Perth, Western Australia, pvi collective is a tactical media art group who create agitational, participatory artworks intent on the creative disruption of everyday life. They use gameplay alongside emerging, familiar and DIY technology to explore the social dynamics of the cities they live in. Underpinning their work is a goal of saving the world through creative play and revolutionary fun. They believe in the power of art as a tool for generating systemic change and are committed to examining and challenging the way that power and privilege impacts on modern society through their art making.
pvi collective ltd is supported by the western Australian government through the department of local government, sport and cultural industries and the Australian government through the Australia council, its arts funding and advisory body. pvi is supported by the western Australian capacity building program through the sidney myer fund, minderoo foundation and the spinifex trust.
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