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pvi collective

Presented in Season 2 2007

Presented by Arts House

7pm, Tues 18 Sept Preview
7pm, Wed 19 Sept
7pm, Thurs 20 Sept
7pm, Fri 21 Sept
7pm, Sat 22 Sept
7pm, Tues 24 Sept 

7pm, Wed 25 Sept
7pm, Thurs 26 Sept
7pm, Fri 27 Sept
7pm, Sat 28 Sept
90 mins no interval

Arts House
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
North Melbourne

Over 18 only.

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Wheelchair Accessible

For ten nights only, follow pvi’s elite taskforce,’the loyal citizens underground’ a s they attempt to become model citizens. As unflinching moral crusaders they implement their own brand of patriotic conformity.

Tuning in via portable fm radios & headsets, reform is an intimate sonic and visual journey which unfolds as audiences make their way on foot through the city streets. The I.c.u. spend an hour ‘on duty’ and audiences can hear every misdemeanor of wayward citizens they target.

Reform casts a humorous & cynical eye over the politics of public space and the rules we live by, presenting an Orwellian vision of the future where our every move is monitored for political correctness. Vigilantism has never been so polite.

Devised and Performed by:
pvi collective, with Ben Sutton & Sarah Wilkinson
Jason Sweeney
Production Manager & DJ:
Mike Nanning
Dr Christina Lee

Supported by – Australian Government through the Australia Council, its Arts Funding & Advisory Board. The state of Western Australia has made an investment in this project through ArtsWA in association with the Lotteries Commission. Initial research was undertaken with the support of PICA’s R&D Fund in association with ArtsWA.
Image by – Bohdan Warchomij