deviator in canberra for 4 nights only!

deviator: glasgow 2012

deviator: glasgow 2012 – spin the bottle exorcism
photo by pvi collective

we are so excited to be heading to australia’s capital city, we have devised a new game, crosswords, especially for canberra’s parliamentary triangle! look out for that one, please spread the word and if you are in canberra, really hope you can make it along 🙂

what: deviator at enlighten festival 2014
when: fri 28 feb, sat 1 mar, fri 7 mar and sat 8 mar
time: 8 & 9:30pm
where: the museum of australian democracy at old parliament house, canberra
cost: adult $30, concession $25
purchase tix online:
pvi tour team: steve berrick and chris williams
more info:

never have I come across a more immersive or interactive work… the work is fuelled by that most admirable of qualities: playfulness. above all, deviator is really, really fun.

artshub review, zoe barron, april 2013.

deviator is our immersive, real-world, outdoor game which invites players to temporarily transform their city into a playground. deviator blends radically altered versions of children’s games with subtle live performance, placing audiences as interventionists out on the streets, ready to creatively disrupt their city, one game at a time.

here is a short clip from our first season of deviator in glasgow back in june 2012. for this version, pvi also collaborated with 20 local artists to devise playful interventions for them to undertake in the city and join in with audience members playing the game. this clip features the work of stephanie arsoska and mark traynor with malcolm whittaker.

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