The Pacific Gods rocked it at Federation Square for the Light in Winter solstice celebration. Images courtesy Federation Square.
We are now offering Snuff Skool performance workshops! A two-day intensive workshop to learn how to be a Snuff Performer.
The Seagulls have got plenty of puppet friends who’d love to hitch a lift to Europe so please contact us if you’ve got another gig in Europe in September.
The Pacific Gods puppets that were made during our People‘s Puppet Project with Brimbank City Council will be doing a show and wandering around meeting folks on Saturday at the Federation Square Solstice Celebration.
If you’re interested in Everybody’s journey since 2012, we’ve uploaded some videos showing different points in its development. Check out our youtube page.
We released a statement with our Arts West partners regarding the recent changes to Australian federal arts funding. You can read more about our response here. The full statement is below: Continue Reading →
To everybody who has viewed our video of Everybody, to all the lovers and haters and the WTF’ers.
I’m so excited by the fact this video has reached millions of people all over the world, albeit a 2 minute clip from a 2 hour LIVE performance art piece. A piece that explores the one thing that all humans have in common: the human body. Naively simple concept maybe; beautiful, shocking, incredibly complex is what defines the human body and our relationship with it. Children whose parents and guardians allowed them to view this work expressed their joy, fear and innocent curiosity. Poos and wees, penises and vaginas, bums and boobs, we deal with these human body parts and functions multiple times daily and children in particular think it’s hilarious. If you’re wondering, any expression of sexuality is most definitely kept for an adults only audience.
Our Human Body Parts will be appearing this week at the Esplanade presents: Flipside Festival in Singapore. Continue Reading →
Big shout out to our performers in the Human Body Parts in Singapore: Daniele Poidomani, Stéphane Hisler, Nick Wilson and Zita Whalley. Continue Reading →