tactical media arts group

deviator - a motherfcuker playing [glasgow 2012]
photo by pvi collective
deviator - spin the bottle public exorcism [glasgow 2012]
photo by pvi collective
deviator [glasgow 2012]
photo by pvi collective
deviator - player [glasgow 2012]
photo by pvi collective
deviator [glasgow 2012]
photo by pvi collective
deviator - spin the bottle public exorcism [glasgow 2012]
photo by pvi collective
deviator [glasgow 2012]
photo by pvi collective

pvi collective are a tactical media arts group who create interdisciplinary 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 stretch the limits of performance to the edges of its meaning by creating playfully subversive performances and interventions, taking our audiences along with us for the ride.

underpinning our work is our ultimate goal of saving the world through creative play and revolutionary fun.

the above slideshow is from the recent 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. deviator blends radically altered versions of childrens’ games with subtle live performance, placing audiences as interventionists out on the streets, ready to creatively disrupt the city, one game at a time. for the season in glasgow, 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.

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190buckets

190buckets is a tiny revolution in protest of refugee children currently in detention in Australia. Australia is currently holding 1,023 children in on and offshore detention centres. We don’t know their names, all we have is the numbers. In protest against the Australian Governments Immigration Policy, pvi collective and creative comrades set ourselves the challenge to withstand 190 buckets of icy cold river water: one for every child held in detention on Nauru. This is our call to action to give voice to the remaining 833. Read more at 190buckets.

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introducing mr steve berrick, pvi associate artist

we are super excited to officially announce the uber-geek mr steve berrick has joined pvi as our latest associate artist. steve has been involved in a number of pvi projects over the past two years primarily contributing to our deviator artwork. he has also been a thinker in residence at our cia studios initiative back in 2011 and is part of ololo, an artistic production group based in perth. steve joins the pvi team heading up new artworks in development this year including black market and tiny revolutions. welcome aboard steve!

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eoi invited – pvi secretary position

after seven years our current secretary, the amazing bonnie davies, is leaving the pvi board due to touring commitments, and we are seeking expressions of interest for a replacement. pvi collective: pvi collective are a tactical media arts group who create interdisciplinary artworks that creatively disrupt every day life. the company aims to stretch the limits of performance to the edges of its meaning by creating playfully subversive performances and interventions, taking our audiences along with us for the ride. who: this would suit anyone who is interested in the work pvi do and would be interested in committing to one (1) year minimum – preferably longer – but see how you like it.

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new pvi position vacancy: pvi special ops

the pvi special ops position is part-time 2 days a week [hrs to be negotiated]. it requires someone who is able to work alongside the core pvi team, liaise with resident artists at cia studios, organize events, workshops and master-classes, manage digital content and social media streams and assist in the development of pvi projects.

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what is pvi’s black market?

this week see’s pvi head over to brisbane to attend the australian performing arts market [apam]. we are looking forward to catching up with friends and comrades and also talking about black market, our new outdoor work.

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