about tiny revolutions

tiny revolutions is a participatory project aiming to  develop a climate of creative resistance in response to the most immense global challenges society currently faces.  

from climate crisis to rapid tech advancement, minority rights to the patriarchy, ‘tiny revolutions’ aims to take the overwhelming scale and  anxieties of these issues and transform them into bite-sized actions that pack a societal punch.

for each season, pvi invite members of the public to make a submission by choosing one of the millennium project’s 15 global challenges and selecting a creative tactic for pvi collective to deploy.

the think:

the think process is a live participatory event that happens in a venue. rebel thinkers and makers gather around a u.n style round table to dig deep, debate and devise a bespoke tiny revolution to be carried out in the public domain.

the do:

the doing happens in the public realm and has ranged from flash mobs to poster campaigns and tactical interventions, within the boundaries of the law.

about pvi collective

founded in 1998 and based on whadjuk noongar boodjar [perth, western australia], pvi collective are a tactical media art group who create, playfully subversive artworks intent on the creative disruption of everyday life. 

we believe in the power of art as a tool for generating systemic change and are committed to collectively challenging the way that power and privilege impacts on modern society through our art making. we investigate contentious issues, play hard and creatively intervene.

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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. 

the tiny revolutions team acknowledges the whadjuk people of the noongar nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we think and do on in perth, western australia. muchos respect to elders past and present. we acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded

contact us

email
projects@pvicollective.com

web
pvicollective.com

phone
+61 08 9228 4440

address
studio whadjuk noongar country | 116 angove street | north perth | wa 6000

post
po box 836 | mt lawley | wa 6929

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