pvi collective create agitational, participatory artworks that are intent on the creative disruption of everyday life. every artwork aims to affect audiences on a personal and political level and is geared towards instigating tiny revolutions. the company aims to make activists of our audiences by creating playfully subversive performances that invite genuine engagement, transforming our perceptions of space, cities and environment.
underpinning our work is our ultimate goal of saving the world through creative play and revolutionary fun.
the above slideshow is from the season of deviator in glasgow at the surge street art festival. deviator is an immersive, real-world, outdoor game which invites players to temporarily transform their city into a playground.
‘transformer’ at john curtin art gallery
pvi at invisible genres
“instead of viewing history of the past, invisible genres is kind of reframing history as a means of reimagining the present” – curator john mateerthis new exhibition takes over the entirety of john curtin gallery and features some kick-ass contemporary artists from the netherlands, south africa, indonesia and australia, situating them alongside major pieces by william kentridge, julie dowling, balinese master, dewa mokoh and dutch video artist wendelien van oldenborgh.
resist: the right to change | disrupted update
we were really excited to have been part of disrupted - festival of ideas at the state library of wa. we rounded off the festival program with resist: the right to change, our non-violent conflict resolution artwork, based on the ancient practice of using tug-of-war to solve differences. we spent the festival asking attendees about any issues or problems in perth, society and the world that the festival had brought up or shed light on, and asked the people for their solutions. the range of responses was huge!
free workshop with radical architect liam young
What’s the future of Australian cities? Are we built to last or destined to be consumed by our digital selves? Join speculative architect* Liam Young in a one day think tank exploring methodologies for creating artworks that operate between performance, design, fiction and future.