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.
submit your epic problem via the tiny revolutions website, connect it to one of 15 global challenges and then select an intervention tactic for pvi collective to deploy before hitting submit.
on the receiving end of the submissions is the ‘tiny revolutions’ taskforce. made up of invited artists, industry experts, activists and members of the public, each submission is set a strict 30 minute time limit for the taskforce to dig deep, debate and devise a bespoke tiny revolution to be carried out in the public domain.
tiny revolutions has been grounded in the millennium project’s 15 global challenges. the millennium project has identified 15 global challenges for humanity, and we have a variety of different ways to respond and bring attention to each one.
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. we use gameplay alongside emerging, familiar and diy technology to explore the social dynamics of the cities we live in.
we create playfully subversive performances and interventions that invite genuine engagement, transforming our perceptions of space, cities and environment. we aim to make our audiences into activists.
our ultimate goal is to save the world through creative play and revolutionary fun. we believe art is a tool for generating systemic change. we examine and challenge the way that power and privilege impact on modern society.
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.
the pvi collective 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.
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