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Pip & Pop heads to PICA for homecoming solo exhibition When Happiness Ruled

October 21, 2016

November will see the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) host the long-awaited homecoming exhibition of Perth artist Pip & Pop; and if early images are anything to go by When Happiness Ruled promises to be a wonderfully captivating, colour saturated, trippy experience. Set to take over PICA’s central gallery space, When Happiness Ruled represents […]

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Arts Review: SDS1 – Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA), Perth (On Tour through October)

September 27, 2015

‘The Beautiful Game’ is a well worn cliché that is off trotted out when talking about football. It seems to be the best you need to not only have tactical know how; but also have some fleet and fancy footwork and an array of tricks to outwit the opposing team’s defenders – I’m thinking your […]

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Theatre Review: From The Rubble – Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (Performances until 28th March 2015)

March 22, 2015

From the Rubble is the first work in the latest theatrical season for Perth Theatre Company. Based on the work of West Australian journalist Sophie McNeill, From The Rubble, is an unflinching and timely examination of the impact of war, conflict and extremism on innocent lives, both young and old. From The Rubble, as I […]

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Arts Review: MoveMe Improvisation Festival Opening Double-Bill – Beast #3 & No-One Will Ever.. – Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (22.11.14)

November 24, 2014

Saturday night the inaugural MoveMe Improvisation Festival officially kicked off in front of an attentive and appreciative audience with a double bill of Beast #3 and No-One Will Tell Us at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA). The first of the evenings performances was the world premiere of Beast #3 the latest work from […]

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Theatre Review: Falling Through Clouds – PICA, Perth (Performances until 11th October 2014)

September 26, 2014

Falling Through Clouds is the new production from Perth theatre company – The Last Great Hunt. Personally I’d argue that that sentence alone should be enough to make you want to go and watch this work. But then of course you might not know who they are yet. If you don’t Falling Through Clouds will […]

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