Brisbane Festival and Metro Arts present

Avoidable Perils

4 – 19 Sept

Bring your smartphone to watch the cartoon chaos unfold and be part of the greater good.

Queensland Premiere

Counterpilot
Bad things are happening, and our heroes are at risk! From hungry sharks to deadly laser beams, danger is imminent and the only person who can stop it is you.

Avoidable Perils is a dubious new social experiment for anyone who can be bothered to help. A game for the masses, this work explores activism in the attention economy, and the challenge of large-scale teamwork.

Bring your own smartphone to watch this cartoon chaos unfold and be part of the greater good.



Price

Free

Times

Drop in any time between 6pm and 9pm

Where

The Common, West Village, West End

Accessibility

Wheelchair access

75% Visual Content. Minimal dialogue, some background music and/or sounds

Important Info

Suitable for all ages

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#Artists

Counterpilot

Counterpilot

Counterpilot seeks to transform the familiar, juxtaposing rich fictional worlds against a backdrop of the everyday.

Nathan Sibthorpe

Nathan Sibthorpe

Nathan Sibthorpe is a contemporary performance-maker and AV Designer.

Craig Wilkinson

Craig Wilkinson

Award-winning Video Designer working in live performance and broadcast media.


#Partners

Where

Metro Arts
West Village
111 Boundary St, West End QLD 4101


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